In the 8th episode of The Tech Journal, The Digital Speaker explores the digital realm, taking a closer look at CLIP and DALL-E, the latest networks to come out of OpenAI, ethics in computing, and how neural networks solved a 50-year-old biological problem.
We will have a look at what our good friends at OpenAI have been working on since the release of GPT-3. I want to explore CLIP and Dall-E, neural networks with a penchant for images.
From there, I will explore what ethical issues neural networks raise, and how it is time we start moving digital ethics out of the classrooms and into the real world.
After, I will explore how neural networks and algorithms solved a 50-year-old biological problem, leading to a groundbreaking medical breakthrough.
So, get comfortable, sit back, and let us start speaking digital.
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