Justin GrammensJustin Grammens

Greetings Applied AI Weekly News Readers! Welcome to Issue 168.

This week I've been able to uncover a number of interesting stories across a wide swath of the Internet related to Artificial Intelligence. Here's the lowdown on the articles in this issue.

The initial excitement around Generative AI products like ChatGPT and Bing AI seems to be waning, potentially due to privacy concerns, accuracy problems, and competition from other technologies.

Meanwhile, the University of Waterloo's Pattern Discovery and Disentanglement (PDD) AI model aims to reduce bias and enhance trust in machine learning decisions.

Additionally, a recent ruling states that AI-generated works aren't copyrightable, impacting the entertainment industry. Large companies face challenges deploying AI due to high costs and data management issues. Also, if you didn't catch it, the Biden administration launched an AI hacking challenge for cybersecurity, while Cade Metz discusses AI in his book "Genius Makers."

Finally, we have a number of Applied AI Meetings coming up that you might be interested in. Check out the Applied AI Meetup page. Enjoy!

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