Early AI models exhibit human-like errors but ChatGPT-4 outperforms humans in cognitive reflection tests

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PsyPost (UK)

Researchers have discovered that OpenAI’s latest generative pre-trained transformer models, commonly known as ChatGPT, can outperform humans in reasoning tasks. Published in Nature Computational Science, the study found that while early versions of these models exhibit intuitive but incorrect responses, similar to humans, ChatGPT-3.5 and ChatGPT-4 demonstrate a significant improvement in accuracy. The primary aim of the study was to explore whether artificial intelligence models could mimic human cognitive processes, specifically the quick, intuitive decisions known as System 1 thinking, and t… Read More “Early AI models exhibit human-like errors but ChatGPT-4 outperforms humans in cognitive reflection tests”

Early AI models exhibit human-like errors but ChatGPT-4 outperforms humans in cognitive reflection tests

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PsyPost (CA)

Researchers have discovered that OpenAI’s latest generative pre-trained transformer models, commonly known as ChatGPT, can outperform humans in reasoning tasks. Published in Nature Computational Science, the study found that while early versions of these models exhibit intuitive but incorrect responses, similar to humans, ChatGPT-3.5 and ChatGPT-4 demonstrate a significant improvement in accuracy. The primary aim of the study was to explore whether artificial intelligence models could mimic human cognitive processes, specifically the quick, intuitive decisions known as System 1 thinking, and t… Read More “Early AI models exhibit human-like errors but ChatGPT-4 outperforms humans in cognitive reflection tests”

Early AI models exhibit human-like errors but ChatGPT-4 outperforms humans in cognitive reflection tests

Published by
PsyPost

Researchers have discovered that OpenAI’s latest generative pre-trained transformer models, commonly known as ChatGPT, can outperform humans in reasoning tasks. Published in Nature Computational Science, the study found that while early versions of these models exhibit intuitive but incorrect responses, similar to humans, ChatGPT-3.5 and ChatGPT-4 demonstrate a significant improvement in accuracy. The primary aim of the study was to explore whether artificial intelligence models could mimic human cognitive processes, specifically the quick, intuitive decisions known as System 1 thinking, and t… Read More “Early AI models exhibit human-like errors but ChatGPT-4 outperforms humans in cognitive reflection tests”

KS(book)Report: It’s Hard for Me to Live with Me | by Rex Chapman

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On3

Summer is here, Big Blue Nation, so it is time to head to the pool, beach, lake, or whatever your preferred body of water might be and bust out a good book. The thing is, if you’re anything like me, the book I tote around ends up being more of a prop than anything else. It felt like a good idea when I bought it off Amazon, but now it’s just something else to lug around while I listen to a podcast on my phone. This summer is different, though. With KSR weekend content to create and a curious mind about the books I’ve thought about maybe reading one day, I’m starting a KS(book)Report series. May… Read More “KS(book)Report: It’s Hard for Me to Live with Me | by Rex Chapman”

Biden Says Inflation Is Moving In The Right Direction. The Numbers Paint A Different Picture

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The Daily Caller

President Joe Biden has repeatedly touted that the pace of inflation is slowly trending in the right direction, but recent data has led experts to cast doubt on that claim. The consumer price index (CPI) increased 0.3% in April, the third month in a row of consistently high inflation, bucking trends seen in the second half of 2023, where inflation was looking to descend below 3%. Inflation data for the first few months of 2024 casts doubt on whether the rate of price increases is actually moving closer to the Federal Reserve’s target of 2%, meaning inflation could continue to squeeze Americans… Read More “Biden Says Inflation Is Moving In The Right Direction. The Numbers Paint A Different Picture”

NYPD to Begin Using Chinese Drones in Response to 911 Calls

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The Western Journal

In several parts of New York City, the first response to a shooting or other serious crime reported to 911 will soon be to launch a drone. The “Drone as First Responder” program will be tested in five NPYD precincts, NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Operations Kaz Daughtry told the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security on Thursday, according to the New York Daily News. The precincts – three in Brooklyn, one in the Bronx and one covering Central Park — were picked “based on recent crime trends,” he explained. Precinct buildings will have two drone platforms on their roofs. The pilot will be bas… Read More “NYPD to Begin Using Chinese Drones in Response to 911 Calls”

Biden Says Inflation Is Moving In The Right Direction. The Numbers Paint A Different Picture

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Tampa Free Press

President Joe Biden has repeatedly touted that the pace of inflation is slowly trending in the right direction, but recent data has led experts to cast doubt on that claim. The consumer price index (CPI) increased 0.3% in April, the third month in a row of consistently high inflation, bucking trends seen in the second half of 2023, where inflation was looking to descend below 3%. Inflation data for the first few months of 2024 casts doubt on whether the rate of price increases is actually moving closer to the Federal Reserve’s target of 2%, meaning inflation could continue to squeeze Americans… Read More “Biden Says Inflation Is Moving In The Right Direction. The Numbers Paint A Different Picture”

Update your Android phone to block thieves from breaking into your device, Google announces

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GB News

The next major iteration of Android will block thieves from breaking into stolen phones, Google has announced. The clever feature, known as Theft Detection Lock, will debut in Android 15, which was announced during the Google I/O developer conference last week but isn’t due to launch until later this year. Google also confirmed the biggest shake-up to its search engine since it launched in the late 90s during the same two-day event. Google says its Artificial Intelligence (AI) model can detect when a smartphone has been snatched from the owner’s hand — with Android 15 automatically locking the… Read More “Update your Android phone to block thieves from breaking into your device, Google announces”

The rumors of the party bosses demise have been greatly exaggerated | Sheneman

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NJ.com

Hey, you guys remember when that federal judge struck down the county line, the Jersey-specific tradition of allowing county political bosses to choose which candidates get the prime ballot spots? I hope so, it just happened. The hope was that ending the county line would claw the democratic process, at least partially, back from the clutches of the political machines and the cabal of party bosses who run them. So far it hasn’t worked out that way. In a statistically impossible coincidence, all the boss-backed candidates managed to win the coveted ballot spots! Shocking, I know. In a supposedl… Read More “The rumors of the party bosses demise have been greatly exaggerated | Sheneman”

Apple’s Eye-Controlled iPhones, Siri’s Upgrade And More: A Recap Of Week’s Top Stories In Appleverse

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Benzinga

The week was chock-full of news from Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). From innovative accessibility features to labor strikes and potential partnerships, Apple made headlines on multiple fronts. Here’s a quick roundup of the top stories. Apple Unveils Ability To Control iPhones Using EyesApple’s CEO, Tim Cook, announced a revolutionary set of accessibility features that will allow users to control their iPhones and iPads using their eyes. This eye-tracking feature, which leverages artificial intelligence, is designed to assist individuals with physical disabilities in navigating iOS and iPadOS more e… Read More “Apple’s Eye-Controlled iPhones, Siri’s Upgrade And More: A Recap Of Week’s Top Stories In Appleverse”