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Artificial Intelligent (AI) & Chat GPT

Types of AI

Large Language Models (LLMs) takes vast amounts of text and generates it into information that appears to be written by a real person.

You may recognize the following as LLMs:

Chat GPT, Bard, and Bing AI.

Image Generator AI tools will take text and then create an image based on the text supplied.

Take a look at these Image Generators:

DALL-E 2 and Bing's Image Creator.

Video Generators take text and turn it into a video even if you are not skilled in video editing.

Video Generators to take a look at:

Deepbrain AI and Synthesia.

Music Generators create music even if your musical ability is limited!

The following two Music Generators offer free versions:

AIVA and Soundful.

FAQs about AI

What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

Artificial Intelligence is intelligence demonstrated by machines - which, in turn, are known as AIs. The history of AI dates back to the 18th century and modern AI was recognized in the 1950s when the first modern computers were built.

(from Simply Artificial Intelligence, c2023).

Where does the information I find in AI come from?

AI gathers its information from a wide variety of sources including books, websites, newspapers & magazines, and more.

There are now questions about copyright infringement related to AI and Chat GPT. Click here to read a recent article about intellectual property, data mining, copyright and the use of information from a leading newspaper by Chat GPT.

What are the limitations of AI?

Since the origin of information in AI is often unknown, there is a risk of AI-generated information to be:

  • false, misleading, and or biased
  • outdated
  • infringing on the intellectual property of copyrighted materials