Once a month I have a conversation with Robert Wright about the state of AI. This month we discuss a number of recent developments that could provide clues about what’s ahead, including Google’s Gemini, the recent Mamba paper, and new efforts to generate synthetic training data. We also discuss the New York Times lawsuit against Microsoft and OpenAI.
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