Salesforce's new AI platform
PLUS: 8 more giants commit to AI safety
Good morning, human brains. Welcome back to your daily munch of AI news.
Here’s what’s on the menu today:
ChatGPT solves 3-year medical mystery 🤖 🏥
Mother uses ChatGPT to diagnose son after seeing 17 doctors.
Salesforce’s new AI platform and tools 🤓 🧠
It reveals Einstein 1 Studio, Einstein Copilot, and Einstein Copilot Studio.
8 more companies join The White House’s AI pact 🚨
The list includes Adobe, Cohere, IBM, NVIDIA, Palantir, and more.
ChatGPT beats 17 doctors 🤖 🏥
A boy’s mother used ChatGPT to diagnose his illness. After seeing 17 doctors, ChatGPT correctly suggested it was tethered cord syndrome.
Thanks a lot, doc.
1/ A young boy named Alex experienced chronic pain and other debilitating symptoms for over three years.
2/ His condition was undiagnosed after seeing 17 different doctors.
3/ Alex’s mother, Courtney, put all his medical information in ChatGPT. It suggested a diagnosis of tethered cord syndrome.
4/ Alex underwent surgery for his condition and is currently in recovery.
Our take: Stories like this are increasingly more common. In August, researchers enabled a woman to “speak” for the first time in 18 years with an AI-powered avatar.
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Salesforce’s new AI platform 🤓
Salesforce introduced its new Einstein 1 platform. Big news for Salesforce users, skip this story if that’s not you.
Smart move, Einstein.
It also introduced Einstein Copilot, a new AI assistant, and Einstein Copilot Studio, an AI-powered development tool.
Salesforce plans a staggered release for these updates. Einstein Copilot is in the testing phase and Copilot Studio is set to launch this fall.
1/ Einstein 1 Platform: It integrates Einstein AI and Data Cloud with Salesforce’s CRM applications.
2/ Einstein Copilot: It offers suggestions in real time based on customer data.
3/ Einstein Copilot Studio: It allows you to tailor Einstein Copilot using low-code tools and deploy AI across websites, messaging apps, and more.
Our take: AI tools are good. Customizable AI tools are better. The real test with these, as well as all AI applications, is real-world application. Is it all that and a bag of chips? Seems like it, but time will tell.
Salesforce expanded its partnership with Databricks on September 11.
A LITTLE SOMETHING EXTRA
More giants commit to AI safety 🚨
The White House brokered a safety agreement between the top AI firms in AI in July. More info, here.
Yesterday, it announced 8 more companies that joined the list. Here’s the official announcement.
“I solemnly swear that I’m up to no good.” 🧙♂️
1/ In July, 7 companies agreed to The White House’s voluntary AI safety commitment.
2/ Adobe, Cohere, IBM, NVIDIA, Palantir, Salesforce, Scale AI, and Stability agreed yesterday.
3/ The voluntary measures are temporary until more formal regulations are put in place.
Our take: The punishment for breaking this agreement? Still nothing. While this approach seems laughable, it’s better than nothing. Balancing AI innovation with governance is a daunting task. Fewer regulations mean more progress, but increased risk.
“With great power comes great responsibility.”
MEMES FOR DESSERT
YOUR DAILY MUNCH
Will NVIDIA dominate the AI chip market forever? Here’s why it may be only temporary.
AI vs. quantum computing. Why quantum computing might be more dangerous than AI.
Will YandexGPT, the Russian bot, smoke GPT-4? This Russian bot outperforms several U.S. chatbots in some areas.
Character.ai has almost as many US users as ChatGPT. Character.ai has 4.6 million monthly US users, and ChatGPT has 6 million.
Microsoft announced AI legal protection. It will cover the costs of customers sued for copyright breaches from its AI-generated content.
RunwayML and Pika Labs announce new AI features. The newbies include camera control for AI-generated video, image animation, and more.
Medusa — a simple, user-friendly framework that accelerates LLM outputs by adding additional decoding heads.
From Sparse to Dense — a paper on balancing informativeness and readability in text summarization.
TRAvatar — a framework to capture high-fidelity 3D avatars in a large array of lighting conditions.
AI Score My Site — an AI-powered SEO auditor for your site.
Feng My Shui — use multiple text-to-image models simultaneously.
Essay Builder AI — an AI-powered tool for generating essays.
Mavy — an AI-powered executive assistant that assists with scheduling tasks, calendar management, and more.
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NVIDIA AI research scientist, Jim Fan, shares a paper about “smelly” AI.
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