Mind Reading, Senatorial Hearings and AI Image Editing | Live and Learn #18
I already reached the 100+ tabs bookmarked again this week. The speed of things developing is nuts, and I have no idea how to put this into words anymore. I sometimes would like to drop everything else I do and just pursue learning about these developments full-time. And even then it would feel hard to keep up to date. But that's why I write this newsletter…
100k Token Contexts, AI Tutors and Google/IO | Live and Learn #17
This time it's one of those editions, where the amount of things that have happened recently is simply incomprehensible. I cut out so much that I would have liked to include in this edition… And still, this one grew beyond the 4-5 links that I try to set myself as a soft limit.
Planning for AGI, Code that Fixes Itself and SAM | Live and Learn #15
This time with a system named Wolverine that enables code to fix itself, an article describing the implications of a new paradigm called Software 3.0, and OpenAIs take on how they work towards creating AGI, while making sure that it's beneficial for as many people as possible.
GPT-plugins, signs of AGI, and an Open Letter | Live and Learn #14
With AI development picking up speed, it feels like new things are happening every day. I sometimes think that writing this newsletter only once every two weeks is not enough to catch up with all the awesome stuff that is happening. This edition will focus on AGI and the discussion that has ensued after ChatGPT Plugins and GPT-4 have been shown to the public.
AI video animation, Sidney and Why Coding Won’t Exist Anymore | Live and Learn #12
This time with articles on how AI is making programmers obsolete, how it can help in creating animated video content, and even make people fall in love with it. All the content from this week has one thing in common: It sent shivers down my spine because it confronted me with the amount of progress that has been made in the last few years. I hope to pass this feeling on to you as well.