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Welcome, AI enthusiasts.

 2024 is set to be an exciting year for AI and robotics. Let’s dive in..

In today’s Generative AI Newsletter:

  • Grammy’s AI Challenge

  • World’s First AI Child

  • Hugging Face Introduces Open-Source Assistant Creator

  • Cheat Sheet: Machine Learning💡

Grammy’s AI Challenge

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Highlights

The Grammy Awards’ chief, Harvey Mason Jr., addresses AI’s impact on the music industry, focusing on both challenges and opportunities.

Key Points:

  • AI is used for realistic song covers, affecting artists’ rights.

  • The Recording Academy sees AI’s potential in creative enhancement.

  • A need for regulations to protect artists against AI misuse is emphasized.

  • Positive AI use includes a new Beatles song with John Lennon’s AI-generated voice.

Importance:

This discussion reflects the music industry’s evolving relationship with AI, balancing innovation with artist protection.

World’s First AI Child

AI Child Tong Tong

Highlights

Chinese scientists have unveiled the world’s first AI child, Tong Tong, at the Beijing Institute for General Artificial Intelligence Technology.

Key Points:

Tong Tong, or “Little Girl,” can autonomously learn and explore her environment.

Exhibits behavior and abilities of a 3 to 4-year-old child.

Developed by scientist Zhu Songchun, emphasizing AI integration in human environments.

Capable of emotional responses and intellectual development.

Importance:

Tong Tong represents a significant breakthrough in AI development, showcasing the potential for AI entities to learn and interact in human-like ways.

Hugging Face Introduces Open-Source Assistant Creator

Highlights

Hugging Face has released a new, free tool for creating AI assistants using open-source models, offering an alternative to OpenAI’s GPT Store.

Key Points:

  • The tool allows quick creation of AI assistants with a few clicks.

  • Users can select from different models like Claude, LLaMA 2, and Mixtral.

  • While currently lacking some features, future updates are planned.

Importance:

This launch by Hugging Face marks a significant step in democratizing AI technology, providing more options for creating versatile AI assistants and highlighting the rapid advancement of open-source AI solutions.

Cheat Sheet🤖

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