Exclusive: Germany, France and Italy reach agreement on future AI regulation
Germany, France, and Italy have reached an agreement on future AI regulation, favoring binding voluntary commitments for both large and small AI providers in the European Union. The European Commission, Parliament, and EU Council are currently negotiating the bloc's position in this field. The three governments have warned against giving a competitive advantage to smaller European providers and propose that rules of conduct and transparency should be binding for everyone. Initially, no sanctions will be imposed, but a system of sanctions could be set up in the future. Germany's Economy Ministry emphasizes that AI itself should not be regulated, but rather its application.
The profound implications of the California Bar's proposed AI guidelines
The proposed AI guidelines by the California Bar have significant implications for legal tech builders. Key points include considering client consent for AI use, restrictions on using client information to train models, the ability to pass AI costs to clients, the need for firm managers to have oversight tools, and the requirement to anonymize client data in AI solutions.
GitHub - vectara/hallucination-leaderboard: Leaderboard Comparing LLM Performance at Producing Hallucinations when Summarizing Short Documents
This document provides information about the hallucination leaderboard for LLM performance in summarizing short documents. It includes accuracy, hallucination rate, answer rate, and average summary length for various models. The methodology, prompt used, API details, and future plans are also discussed.
OpenAI’s Misalignment and Microsoft’s Gain
This document discusses the dynamics between OpenAI and Microsoft, highlighting the shift in OpenAI's structure from a non-profit to a capped profit company with Microsoft as a minority owner. It also explores the release and success of ChatGPT, the power struggle within OpenAI, and the recent dismissal of Sam Altman as CEO. The document concludes by examining the implications of Microsoft's involvement in AI and the altered landscape of the AI industry.