AI Weekly Scoop 03/09 📰

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March 9st 2024, Here are the top news in the AI world this week, as always If we’ve skipped over something important, give us a shout! And don’t forget to cast your vote for the news story that caught your eye the most.

  1. Introducing the next generation of Claude \ Anthropic

Anthropic has released Claude 3, a family of three AI models with varying performance capabilities: Opus, Sonnet, and Haiku. Each model offers a different balance of cost, speed, and intelligence, allowing users to choose the right one for their needs. All models excel in content creation, code generation, and multilingual conversations.

  1. Why Is Elon Musk Bringing Legal Action Against OpenAI?

Elon Musk is bringing legal action against OpenAI, a company he co-founded in 2015, alleging that it has strayed from its original mission to promote a safe and ethical approach to artificial intelligence. Musk claims that OpenAI has become too profit-driven and focused on commercial interests, rather than prioritizing the public good and the responsible development of AI.

  1. TurboTax and H&R Block now use AI for tax advice. It’s bad.

A recent analysis by The Washington Post has revealed that the AI-powered chatbots integrated into popular tax services like TurboTax and H&R Block provide inaccurate or unhelpful tax advice up to half of the time. These chatbots are designed to assist users with tax-related questions and streamline the tax preparation process.

The review found that the chatbots often failed to understand user queries or provided incorrect information. In some instances, the chatbots gave advice that could potentially lead to audits or other tax-related issues.

  1. Inflection-2.5: meet the world's best personal AI

Inflection has released Inflection-2.5, a new AI model powering their personal AI chatbot, Pi. Inflection-2.5 is a significant upgrade over its predecessor, Inflection-1, and demonstrates performance close to that of leading large language models like GPT-4 and Gemini, while using only 40% of the compute resources for training.

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