Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Beyond the Promise of Science Fiction - ALREADY? GPT4o (Claude Opus, Gemini...)

In this video: I've been monitoring the astoundingly rapid progress being made in the AI and robotics spaces. At the core of this video is a presentation that Open AI just published, called, Introducing GPT-4o. It's amazing, yet this Large Language Model is not without serious competition, like when the technology is applied to humanoid robotics. That presentation is included in its entirety, but we lead up to it with a collection of clips from some science fiction classics that you should find interesting for comparison. I think you'll want to stick around for the final clip, from the original Star Trek series!

To Watch: "Beyond the Promise of Science Fiction - ALREADY? GPT4o (Claude Opus, Gemini...)"

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Resources referenced in the video:
Introducing GPT-4o
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) - I'm Sorry, Dave Scene (3/6) | Movieclips
Meet Robby The Robot | Forbidden Planet (1956) HD
The Jetsons | Episode 1 | ROSEY!!!
MeTV Presents the Best of Robot from Lost in Space
Star Trek Voice First Computer
Great Moments in Star Trek History - Hello, Computer
Happy Pi Day Mr. Spock! 3.14.15 9:26:53
Introducing Amazon Echo
Star Trek -- Kirk Is Relegated by a Computer

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  1. Anonymous12:41 AM

    I haven´t listened to your audio yet, but before I forget, I wanted to mention that here in Disturbia (Germany) we have a political party called "party for medical youth rejuvenation". https://verjuengungsforschung.de/

    1. Interesting. Thanks for the info and link.