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#62: 4.5 billion GPT-3 words a day, Moore's Law for Everything, and Nothing Breaks like an AI heart

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #62. After last issue’s essay on the climate opportunity of gargantuan AI models (check it out if you haven’t yet!), I’ve got lots of different links for you again this week. Across productized AI, ML research and cool stuff, I’ve got one story for each that relates to OpenAI’s GPT-3 language model. Beyond that, I found an interesting AI economics blog post by Sam Altman; some updates on Google’s AI ethics crisis; news around self-driving heavy-duty trucks; and MyHeritage’s Deep Nostalgia photo animation tool.

Productized Artificial Intelligence 🔌

Machine Learning Research 🎛

Cool Things ✨

A section of Nothing Breaks Like A.I. Heart

A section of Nothing Breaks Like A.I. Heart

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