Category Archives: Human-Machine Interaction

Meet Bard, Google’s Answer to ChatGPT

WIRED just published comments on today’s announcement that Google will roll out a chatbot named Bard “in the coming weeks.” The launch appears to be a response to ChatGPT, the sensationally popular artificial intelligence chatbot developed by startup OpenAI with funding from … Continue reading

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Google Chain of Thought

On Jan 18, 2023 Jeff Dean, Senior Fellow and SVP of Google Research, published “Google Research, 2022 & Beyond: Language, Vision and Generative Models” that could be treated as a response to ChatGPT boom without mentioning its explicitly. In particular, it … Continue reading

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Could ChatGPT Generate Decision Models?

If ChatGPT claims to generate working code from a problem description in English, then it is only natural to ask it to generate the proper decision model. Jacob Feldman did it by asking ChatGPT to generate a decision model for a … Continue reading

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DecisionCAMP Monthly Session on Jan 11, 2023

The first 2023 DecisionCAMP Monthly Session “Why is symbolic AI being overshadowed by statistical AI?” presented by Bas van der Raadt will be held on Jan 11 at 12:00 pm EST (New York Time). Register for free here.

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AI-powered Coding Tools

Andrew NG summarized the state of AI-powered code generators including eBay’s low-code, DeepMind introduced AlphaCode, GitHub’s Copilot that autocompletes your code in real time, and OpenAI’s GPT-3. “The widely available versions of this technology aren’t yet able to write complex programs. Often … Continue reading

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Cocktail Conversations

Neil Raden published an interesting post at LinkedIn: “Maybe I need to rethink my position on #chatGPT. Does it display humanlike intelligence? Maybe its vapid, content-free prose really is human intelligence. I described “Cocktail Conversation” in InformationWeek in 2008 as chatter … Continue reading

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Demystifying ChatGPT

2 Millions people have already signed up to use ChatGPT that has been generating a lot of buzz in the AI community. What can it create, and where are the humans in the loop? How does this generalize? Cassie Kozyrkov, Chief … Continue reading

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Can’t We Do Better Than This?

BRCommunity.com just published a story written by Bas van der Raadt: “Why did I almost end my 15+ year career in Enterprise architecture? Because I felt like large organizations are just doomed — destined to stay stuck in the complexities they … Continue reading

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Natural Language Execution – NLE

There is an ongoing discussion about NLE at LinkedIn started by Bas van der Raadt: “Contrary to Natural Lanuage Processing (NLP), NLE to me is: Going directly from (controlled) natural language to executable software without any intermediate steps of for … Continue reading

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Intelligent Virtual Assistants

As businesses race to provide better customer experience at a lower cost, the adoption of intelligent virtual assistants (IVA) will continue to explode. In its latest Decision Matrix for selecting an intelligent virtual assistant, Ovum evaluates top IVA vendors in … Continue reading

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