"Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to the development of computer systems that can perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such perception, reasoning, learning, decision-making, and natural processing. AI systems use machine learning algorithms to learn from large amounts of data and improve their performance over time." -- ChatGPT
According to SAS Institute ("Statistical Analysis System"), AI is used in multiple disciplines and industries:
Anthropic is an AI organization founded by former members of OpenAI who left due to AI safety concerns pertaining to OpenAI's collaboration with Microsoft. Their chatbot, Claude, is available through the Poe app. See also this Vox article detailing Anthropic's experimental corporate structure and the Effective Altruist subcultural milieu in which it formed.
Ernie Bot from Baidu, a Chinese company offering a wide range of internet services which serve as alternatives to services such as search engines, navigation, encyclopedias, cloud storage, and social media sites which are blocked in China.
The following tools can be used to collect and summarize research articles, starting from natural language questions, and not using exact keyword searches. They can see different collections of research papers, and present their findings in different ways, and it is often useful to use both to see the differences in what they come up with.
Google Cloud highlights a number of applications and use cases for artificial intelligence:
This guide is currently maintained by Debra Kolah and Alex Manchester, Rice Phd '24.
It was created as a collaboration between Catherine Chen '23 and Raiya Myren '23 in the Spring of 2023.
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