Weekly Top Picks #42
LMs aren't people / OpenAI vs lawsuits / RLAIF vs RLHF / Luddites / Future of work / Raising AI worry / Schumer's list / ChatGPT Enterprise + $1B revenue / IDEA framework / Google fights back
This week at a glance
Large language models aren’t people—and they are ‘not reasoning,’ says Google’s Product Lead for Generative Models.
OpenAI has started fighting back against copyright lawsuits. They plan to win them all but authors won’t give up.
RLAIF: Scaling Reinforcement Learning from Human Feedback with AI Feedback.
What the Luddites can teach us about AI—and what we get wrong about them.
Growing public concern about the role of artificial intelligence in daily life.
AI could ‘turn good jobs into bad jobs’—3 labor historians on what the future of work might hold.
How can AI regulation go well when those invited to meet with policymakers are mostly industry leaders?
OpenAI is blooming with good news: ChatGPT Enterprise and $1 billion 12-month forecasted revenue.
How to prepare for a generative AI future you can’t predict.
Google fights back with Workspace Duet AI and GPT-4-level Gemini.
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