Tag: artificial intelligence

  • Apple Intelligence and the European Union

    Apple Intelligence and the European Union

    Reading Time: 2 minutes Apple Intelligence may not come to Europe. It blames the Digital Markets Act, regulatory uncertainty and compromised security if it needs to give access to third parties. Whether this is valid is not is uncertain but it does bring relief. If Apple Intelligence doesn’t come to Europe then the key reason…

  • Apple Intelligence and the Digital Divide

    Apple Intelligence and the Digital Divide

    Reading Time: 2 minutes Last night I attempted to watch the WWDC conference and failed. This wasn’t a technical issue. The issue was a cultural one. I find the show to be too kitschy for me. From the pretending to leap out of a plane to the tone of their conversation, it’s just unwatchable for me,…

  • Feeding AI via Communities

    Feeding AI via Communities

    Reading Time: 2 minutes Everything we do is being used to feed AI models. From the way we write our blog posts, to the pictures we take, and even the way we talk to each other. Everything is being hoovered up, and being turned into a model.  The result of this is that if we…

  • Personal AI – Your Personal Language Model

    Personal AI – Your Personal Language Model

    Reading Time: 3 minutes Yesterday chatGPT was down, yet again, so I browsed through the web looking for other Large Language Models to experiment with. In the process I came across personal AI. Personal AI is an app, at the moment, that runs on your laptop, but will eventually come to mobile phones and more.…

  • On Being Told Not to Fear AI

    On Being Told Not to Fear AI

    Reading Time: 3 minutes They love to say “Don’t fear AI”. They all say “AI is meant to help people with their work”, “AI is meant to be a personal assistant” and more. It’s not AI we fear. It is stakeholders, governing boards and accountants. They are the people we fear. Throw in Inhuman resources…