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«Moving on to the experimentation step, AI will be able to conduct experiments faster, cheaper, and at greater scale. For example, we can build AI-powered machines with hundreds of micropipettes running day and night to create samples at a rate no human could match. Instead of limiting themselves to just six experiments, scientists can use AI tools to run a thousand.»
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«ChatGPT is built on a neural network that was trained using billions of words of ordinary language.»
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«a curated list of resources we’ve relied on to get smarter about modern AI.»
How many humans does it take to make tech seem human? Millions.
«Each time Anna prompts Sparrow, it delivers two responses and she picks the best one, thereby creating something called “human-feedback data.”»
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