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ChatGPT introduces new feature to remember your preferences.

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For ChatGPT users, OpenAI has added a “custom instructions” option. This feature allows users to give the chatbot unique instructions so they don’t have to repeat the same prompts every time they engage.

The custom instructions feature also allows users to contribute essential information that ChatGPT should take into account when responding.

Users can, for example, request that the chatbot respond in a specific manner or offer personal information such as age, location, or family size that may be relevant to the inquiries posed to the chatbot.

While users can give particular directions to the chatbot, this reduces the need to repeat information that may be important and consistent in the commands that users regularly ask. This functionality also interacts with plug-ins to make receiving location-based recommendations, such as prices for specific destinations and experiences, easier

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This functionality is presently available only to “Plus” plan subscribers. The feature is also still in beta testing and is not yet available in the UK or Europe.

Custom instructions contain information that will be used to teach OpenAI’s API models to adapt to varied instructions. Users can, however, opt out of this setting using their data control settings.

To ensure safety and avoid damaging or nasty responses from ChatGPT, OpenAI will scan the tailored instructions using its moderation API. ChatGPT may refuse to save or ignore the instructions if the responses violate the company’s policies.

This latest improvement comes as OpenAI’s chatbot faces increased competition. In addition to Google’s Bard, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a collaboration with Microsoft to launch its own AI language model called LLaMA 2, which would be free for research and commercial use. Internationally, China’s Baidu has released Ernie, their own AI-powered chatbot.

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Google Suspends Gemini Chatbot’s Capability To Generate Pictures Of People

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Google Suspends Gemini Chatbot’s Capability To Generate Pictures Of People

Google announced on Thursday that, one day after apologizing for “inaccuracies” in historical depictions it was producing, it would be temporarily suspending the creation of photos by its artificial intelligence chatbot, Gemini.

This week, Gemini users shared photos of historically white-dominated scenes including racially diverse individuals on social media, claiming to have constructed such situations. This led critics to wonder if the firm is overcorrecting for the possibility of racial bias in their AI model.

Google stated on the social media site X that “We’re already working to address recent issues with Gemini’s image generation feature.” “We’re going to stop creating people’s images while we do this, and we’ll re-release an improved version soon.” According to earlier research, AI image generators without filters are more likely to produce lighter-skinned men when asked to generate a person in a variety of scenarios, and they can also reinforce gender and racial stereotypes present in their training data.

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On Wednesday, Google announced that it is “working to improve these kinds of depictions immediately” and that it is “aware that Gemini is offering inaccuracies in some historical image generation depictions.” People from all over the world use Gemini, which the business stated is “generally a good thing,” but it is “missing the mark.” Gemini can generate a “wide range of people.” In response to the AP’s request for Gemini to create images of people, the company stated that it is “working to improve” this capability. The chatbot added, “We expect this feature to return soon and will notify you in release updates when it does.”

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Google Introduces Gemma: Open-Source Lightweight AI Models for Developers

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Google Introduces Gemma: Open-Source Lightweight AI Models for Developers

On Wednesday, February 21, Google announced the introduction of Gemma, a new family of open-source, lightweight artificial intelligence (AI) models. Researchers and developers now have access to two different versions of Gemma: Gemma 2B and Gemma 7B. According to the tech behemoth, Gemma was developed using the same tools and research as the Gemini AI models. The Gemini 1.5 model was interestingly revealed last week. With these reduced language models, task-specific AI solutions can be created, and the company permits distribution and responsible commercial use.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai made the announcement in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter. “Gemma is available worldwide starting today in two sizes (2B and 7B), supports a wide range of tools and systems, and runs on a developer laptop, workstation, or @GoogleCloud,” he stated. “Demonstrating strong performance across benchmarks for language understanding and reasoning.” A developer-focused landing page for the AI model has also been created by the company. On this page, users can access code samples and quickstart links for Kaggle Models, quickly deploy AI tools using Vertex AI (Google’s platform for developers to build AI/ML tools), or experiment with the model and connect it to a different domain using Collab (Keras 3.0).

Google stated that both versions of the Gemma AI models are instruction-tuned and pre-trained, highlighting some of its features. Popular data repositories like Hugging Face, MaxText, NVIDIA NeMo, and TensorRT-LLM are integrated with it.

The language models can be used with Vertex AI and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) on laptops, workstations, or Google Clouds. In order to assist developers in creating safe and ethical AI tools, the tech giant has also published a new ethical Generative AI Toolkit.

Also Read: YouTube Unveils Enhanced Channel Pages for Creators on TV App

According to findings made public by Google, Gemma has surpassed Meta’s Llama-2 language model on several significant benchmarks, including BIG-Bench Hard (BBH), HumanEval, HellaSwag, and Massive Multitask Language Understanding (MMLU). Notably, according to a number of rumors, Meta has already started working on Llama-3.

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YouTube Unveils Enhanced Channel Pages for Creators on TV App

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YouTube Unveils Enhanced Channel Pages for Creators on TV App

In an attempt to enhance the user experience and increase the accessibility of content for large-screen viewing, Google-owned YouTube has revealed a revamp for creators’ channels on its TV app. Among the new features are a more modern appearance, improved action buttons, and the ability to play multiple video formats. YouTube said in the video announcing the updates to creators’ pages that the primary objectives of the makeover are to offer a more captivating appearance and easier methods to subscribe.

The new design was made in response to the company’s recent statistics, which revealed that the number of top creators who watch TV for the majority of their time has climbed by more than 400% in the last three years.

“Viewers want everything in one place, including live sports, NikkieTutorials, and Khan Academy. In a blog post, YouTube CEO Neal Mohan stated, “And they’re watching YouTube the way we used to sit down together for traditional TV shows—on the biggest screen in the home with friends and family.”

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The business reports that from January to September 2023, the number of views of YouTube shorts on connected TVs climbed by more than 100%. The business also reported that, on average, people watch over 1 billion hours of YouTube content on TV every day, all around the world.

After a full year of data collection, Nielsen—a global leader in insights, data, and analytics—has declared YouTube the top streaming platform in the US in terms of view time.

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