AI weekly roundup: Here are the top news related to artificial intelligence

Google DeepMind unveils RoboCat:

Google’s DeepMind has unveiled its self-improving AI agent called RoboCat. DeepMind claims that the robot agent is capable of learning new tasks without human supervision.

“RoboCat learns much faster than other state-of-the-art models. It can pick up a new task with as few as 100 demonstrations because it draws from a large and diverse dataset. This capability will help accelerate robotics research, as it reduces the need for human-supervised training, and is an important step towards creating a general-purpose robot.” DeepMind said in a blog post

“The combination of all this training means the latest RoboCat is based on a dataset of millions of trajectories, from both real and simulated robotic arms, including self-generated data. We used four different types of robots and many robotic arms to collect vision-based data representing the tasks RoboCat would be trained to perform.” the company added

Report claims data of ChatGPT users hacked:

A new report by Group-IB has revealed that the data of around 1,00,000 individuals was compromised after their ChatGPT accounts were hacked. Notably, India witnessed the highest number of compromises.

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Group-IB is a Singapore-based cyber technology company that claimed to have identified more than 1,00,000 stealer-infected devices in which ChatGPT credentials were saved.

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US President Joe Biden is concerned about the risks of AI:

US President Joe Biden has said that the risks of artificial intelligence to national security and the economy need to be addressed.

“My administration is committed to safeguarding Americans’ rights and safety while protecting privacy, to addressing bias and misinformation, to making sure AI systems are safe before they are released,” Reuters quoted Biden as saying.

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Disney used AI for Marvel’s new TV show:

According to news agency AFP, Disney used artificial intelligence along with human illustrators to generate the opening sequence of Marvel’s new TV show Secret Invasion. The revelation by series director Ali Selim has caused a furore in Hollywood where many are worried about AI eventually taking away the jobs of scriptwriters, designers and even actors.

Otter launches new AI chatbot:

Transcription service Otter has launched a new AI chatbot that will help users collaborate better with their teammates during meetings. The company claims that Otter AI chat will help users write emails, get answers to discussion points in the meetings and seek clarification without interrupting the flow of discussion.

Updated: 25 Jun 2023, 03:49 PM IST

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