TLRD of AI News – August 16, 2023

OpenAI Promotes GPT-4 for Content Moderation

OpenAI has introduced GPT-4 as a solution to reduce the workload on human content moderators. The new model aims to assist in content moderation tasks by providing automated filtering and management of online content. GPT-4’s capabilities are expected to enhance efficiency and accuracy in moderating content, allowing human moderators to focus on more complex tasks. Read more

Ex-MZ CEO Launches BeFake, an AI-Based Social Media App

Alias Technologies, founded by former Machine Zone CEO Kristen Garcia Dumont, has launched BeFake, a new social media app that encourages users to explore their creativity through AI-generated visuals. The app, available on both the App Store and Google Play, allows users to transform themselves into augmented visuals, breaking away from conventional reality. BeFake aims to revolutionize social media interaction by offering an expressive outlet that empowers new ways of connecting with friends through AI-generated content. Read more

Dialpad Launches Generative AI Trained on Proprietary Conversational Data

Dialpad, an AI-powered customer intelligence platform, has announced the launch of DialpadGPT, a large language model (LLM) specifically designed to automate tasks in customer service, sales, and recruiting. Developed over five years using five billion minutes of proprietary conversational data, DialpadGPT aims to provide business-specific solutions with enhanced accuracy, privacy, and security. The model will be integrated into Dialpad’s platform for video meetings, calls, and team collaboration. Read more

Google Photos Adds a Scrapbook-Like Memories View Feature Aided by AI

Google Photos is introducing a new Memories view feature, allowing users to create a scrapbook-like timeline of their most memorable moments. This feature builds on the existing Memories feature, enabling users to save, edit, and collaborate on their favorite memories. An experimental feature also suggests titles created with generative AI. The new Memories view is designed to enhance user creativity and sharing capabilities, with plans to expand to global markets in the coming months. Read more

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