In recent years, generative AI and AI chatbots like ChatGPT have ignited a flurry of conversation on college and university campuses. We’ve been talking about it a lot at SAS, too, and for good reason – generative artificial intelligence has garnered significant attention due to its considerable promise and possible risks.
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Large language models (LLMs) are at the forefront of today’s AI, not merely as technological marvels but as transformative agents reshaping how businesses innovate, operate and deliver value. Think of them as the wizards of words, capable of understanding language and transforming it in ways that benefit organizations. However, as
Let me ask: did you believe Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg really boasted about the company’s power in a 2019 video, saying, “Imagine this for a second: One man, with total control of billions of people’s stolen data, all their secrets, their lives, their futures.” The video of Zuckerberg purportedly saying
Organizations continuously search for innovative ways to optimize their operations and elevate efficiency. One promising frontier is the integration of digital twins for predictive maintenance. However, the true potential of this technology often remains untapped, with many organizations settling for what can be described as “digital shadows.” In this exploration,
Whether for better or for worse, many people agree that generative AI is a game changer that will revolutionize the way we live and work. Optimists believe that generative AI is an opportunity to improve and expand our technological knowledge. At the same time, catastrophists fear that AI in general
Katie King has interviewed subjects from many walks of business life for her books: academics, venture capitalists, executives from high-profile brands and telecommunications companies. Among them, one that made a lasting impression was an artist: Ai-Da. King interviewed the artificial intelligence-powered humanoid robot artist for her 2022 book AI Strategy
Over the last year, generative AI has captivated the public imagination. Many of us have become newly acquainted with the concept of an approaching Singularity coined by John von Neumann or Nick Bostrom’s Paper Clip thought experiment. Fortunately, Microsoft’s office assistant, Clippy, has yet to dutifully transform our planet into
Prepare for the best – and the worst – when it comes to generative AI and health care fraud.
Generative AI models have existed since the 1950s, but only in recent years have their application in marketing gained significant attention and media coverage. The impressive abilities of generative AI, particularly in content generation, have sparked excitement within the industry. However, the larger question that arises is: How can generative
When tech experts want to hear directly from thought leaders in the industry, they turn to theCUBE for professionally produced interviews from wherever the global enterprise tech community is gathering. During SAS Explore in Las Vegas, theCUBE stopped by the Innovation Hub to interview a few SAS leaders and get their take
This year, Las Vegas played host to SAS Explore, an incredible gathering of developers, data scientists, engineers, programmers and more. In true Las Vegas fashion, the opening session brought all the glitz, immersing attendees in everything SAS offers. With a particular focus on SAS enthusiasts and users, day one featured exciting
What if, 12 months ago, someone bet you that a technology was coming in the next year that would cause great excitement and great fear in all businesses, industries and geographies? Would you have taken that bet? Of course, now we know that the technology is generative AI. Popularized by
SAS' Ali Dixon and Mary Osborne reveal why a BERT-based classifier is now part of our natural language processing capabilities of SAS Viya.
Editor's note: This article follows Curious about ChatGPT: Exploring the origins of generative AI and natural language processing. As ChatGPT has entered the scene, many fears and uncertainties have been expressed by those working in education at all levels. Educators worry about cheating and rightly so. ChatGPT can do everything
Generative AI (GAI) is a category of AI that can create new content, including video, audio, images and text. GAI has the potential to change the way we approach content creation. It’s gotten much attention lately. Take ChatGPT for example. The AI chatbot has captivated the public’s imagination with clever
Responsible innovation is critical because technology does not exist in a vacuum. It affects us all in unexpected ways. We know analytics has an undeniable impact on society. For example, analytics can help hospitals manage their inventories for essential items like wheelchairs and bladder scanners, help sports teams curate a
How did we get to a place where a conversational chatbot can quickly create a personalized letter? Join us as we explore some of the key innovations over the past 50 years that help inform us about how to respond and what the future might hold.