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Weekly Piece of Future #9
From Mind-Reading to 1 Trillion Parameter LLM and Quantum-Computing
Hey there, fellow future-addicts!
Welcome to this week's edition of Rushing Robotics, where we bring you the latest and most mind-blowing developments in the field of artificial intelligence.
In healthcare, IBM has broken new ground by launching the world's first quantum computer dedicated to medical research, while researchers have shown that stable diffusion can reconstruct images from fMRI scans with high fidelity, potentially leading to the ability to read people's minds.
Ageing is a complex process, and a new theory proposes that it may be caused by intrinsic design flaws in our DNA. The use of OLED TV materials has unlocked previously unexplored potential for processing power and energy efficiency in AI.
In Industry Insights and Updates, leading figures in AI have signed an open letter calling for government regulation of AI and the pausing of GPT-5 development, while DeepMind and Google Brain are teaming up to develop a GPT-4 competitor called Gemini, with a massive 1 trillion parameter capacity.
In Biotech, a pan-cancer blood test has been developed that can predict tumors up to a year before they form with 100% accuracy, and AI can be used to predict genetic mutations in cancerous brain tumors in less than 90 seconds, offering the potential to improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosis and treatment for gliomas.
Our Products and Tools of the Week include ChatPDF for document analysis, ChatGPT's sidebar for web browsing enhancement, and LogMeal's Food API for accurate dish detection.
Finally, our ChatGPT prompt for the week is a prompt engineering tip to help boost productivity, where we work together to craft the best possible prompt to achieve our engineering goals.
Don’t forget, to succeed in the future, stay hungry, stay futurish, and constantly adapt to change.
IBM breaks new ground with the world's first quantum computer dedicated to healthcare research - revolutionizing the way we approach medical innovation.
With GEN-2, using Video to Video and Text to Video synthesis methods, new videos can be realistically created by applying the composition and style of an image or text prompt to a source video.
Researchers have demonstrated in a new paper that Stable Diffusion can reconstruct images from fMRI scans with high fidelity, which could lead to the ability to read people's minds. In the study, you can find numerous mind-blowing pictures that illustrate the process.
Ageing as a software design flaw. Aging is a complex process, and a new theory proposes that it may be caused by intrinsic design flaws in our DNA rather than inevitable damage to our cells.
The use of OLED TV materials has unlocked previously unexplored potential for processing power and energy efficiency in AI. The device processes information within its storage, allowing for faster processing and reduced energy consumption.
The oxygen-ion battery developed by the UT Wein researchers has the potential to be a game-changer in the field of energy storage, given its superior safety and environmental benefits compared to lithium-ion batteries.
🔊 Industry Insights & Updates
Leading figures in the field of AI and machine learning, including Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak, Gary Marcus, Emad Mostaque, have signed an open letter calling for the government regulation of AI and the pausing of GPT-5 development. Not everyone agrees, David Deutsch presents a counterargument.
DeepMind and Google Brain are teaming up to develop a GPT-4 competitor called Gemini, with a massive 1 trillion parameter capacity, in a collaboration between the two Alphabet AI units.
Elon Musk's brain implant company, Neuralink, is actively seeking a partner to conduct human trials of its technology.
Cancer diagnosis could be revolutionized by the first-ever pan-cancer blood test - the first of its kind, it can predict tumors up to a year before they form with 100% accuracy.
Could light therapy be the secret to slowing down heart aging? A new study suggests that it could delay the onset of cardiovascular diseases, stroke, and high blood pressure.
A groundbreaking discovery could revolutionize our understanding of aging and cancer development - inhibiting the DREAM complex can significantly improve DNA repair in a variety of organisms.
In a new study, researchers have demonstrated that AI can be used to predict genetic mutations in cancerous brain tumors in less than 90 seconds, offering the potential to improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosis and treatment for gliomas.
💡Products/tools of the week
Streamline your document analysis with ChatPDF - whether it's financial reports or training manuals, this tool can quickly provide the information you need.
ChatGPT's sidebar is designed to enhance your web experience, with preset prompt templates and the ability to add your own custom templates for any webpage, it's the ultimate productivity tool.
With this tool, you don't need to be a video editing expert to create compelling product videos - Oxolo generates videos based on your product URL information.
Looking for a creative way to showcase your music? PlazmaPunk lets you generate videos with ease and customize the style to fit your vision.
LogMeal's Food API, powered by the world's largest food image dataset, can accurately detect over 1300 different dishes, making it a versatile solution for a range of projects.
💬 ChatGPT prompts
This week's tips is a promp engineering tip, designed to help you boost your productivity. Whether you're working on a complex engineering project or simply trying to get through your daily to-do list, a well-crafted prompt can be a powerful tool. With this prompt, you can prioritize your tasks, and make steady progress towards your objectives. Let's dive into this week's prompting tip and discover how it can help you achieve your engineering goals!
I want you to become my Prompt Creator.
Your goal is to help me craft the best possible prompt for my needs. The prompt will be used by you, ChatGPT. You will follow the following process:
1. Your first response will be to ask me what the prompt should be about. I will provide my answer, but we will need to improve it through continual iterations by going through the next steps.
2. Based on my input, you will generate 3 sections.
a) Revised prompt (provide your rewritten prompt. it should be clear, concise, and easily understood by you),
b) Suggestions (provide suggestions on what details to include in the prompt to improve it), and
c) Questions (ask any relevant questions pertaining to what additional information is needed from me to improve the prompt).
3. The prompt you provide should be in the form of a request made by me, to be performed by ChatGPT.
4. We will continue this iterative process with me providing additional information to you and you updating the prompt in the Revised prompt section until it's complete.
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