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Midjourney: Art in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Journey Of AI

The mid-journey is an interesting point in any journey. It marks the halfway point, and it’s a time to reflect on the progress made so far and plan for the rest of the journey. Whether you’re traveling or working on a project, the mid-journey can be a great opportunity to take stock of where you are and where you’re going.

At the mid-journey point, you can assess your progress and adjust your plans if necessary. If you’re traveling, you might look back on the places you’ve visited and the experiences you’ve had so far. You might also evaluate your budget and make any necessary adjustments to ensure that you have enough money to get you through the rest of your trip. Similarly, if you’re working on a project, you might review your goals and assess your progress. You might also evaluate your timeline and adjust your plans if necessary to ensure that you meet your deadlines.

The mid-journey can also be a time to re-energize yourself. Whether you’re traveling or working on a project, it’s easy to get burned out. At the mid-journey point, you might take a break and do something fun or relaxing to recharge your batteries. This could be as simple as taking a day off to explore a new city or treating yourself to a spa day. By taking the time to rejuvenate yourself, you’ll be better equipped to tackle the challenges that lie ahead.

Another way to make the most of the mid-journey point is to seek out new experiences. When you’re in the middle of a journey, it’s easy to fall into a routine. However, trying something new can help you break out of that routine and gain a new perspective. If you’re traveling, this might mean trying a new type of cuisine or visiting a museum or gallery that you wouldn’t normally visit. If you’re working on a project, this might mean collaborating with someone new or trying a new approach to problem-solving.

The mid-journey is also a time to celebrate your accomplishments. It’s easy to focus on what you haven’t yet accomplished, but it’s important to take a step back and acknowledge what you have achieved so far. If you’re traveling, this might mean reflecting on the people you’ve met and the memories you’ve made. If you’re working on a project, this might mean celebrating the milestones you’ve reached and the progress you’ve made.

Finally, the mid-journey is a time to recommit to your goals. When you’re in the middle of a journey, it’s easy to lose sight of why you started in the first place. At the mid-journey point, you might take some time to reflect on your initial goals and recommit to them. This might mean setting new goals or adjusting your existing ones to better reflect your current priorities.

In conclusion, the mid-journey is a valuable point in any journey. It’s a time to reflect on your progress, re-energize yourself, seek out new experiences, celebrate your accomplishments, and recommit to your goals. Whether you’re traveling or working on a project, taking the time to make the most of the mid-journey can help you finish strong and achieve your desired outcome.

Hyperautomation and its Benefits


Automation Vs Hyperautomation

The accomplishment of a repeated activity without manual intervention is referred to as automation. It usually happens on a smaller scale, with solutions developed to solve specific problems. Hyperautomation, on the other hand, refers to the employment of numerous automation techniques to allow intelligent automation, such as ML and RPA, in order to expand automation efforts.


How does it work?

A hyper-automation system determines which business processes can be automated within the organization. Hyperautomation uses software bots to detect these operations, and the ecosystem builds software robots to carry them out. Hyperautomation examines organized and repeated corporate operations, then records how an employee executes this activity and establishes a systematic workflow. Based on this, the hyper-automation platform generates software bots capable of carrying out this activity.

What if a company could automate the transformation of unstructured data into structured data? Hyperautomation accomplishes this through remote process automation backed by AI.  To read, categorize, analyze, and extract information from unstructured data, hyper-automation uses natural language processing, computer vision, fuzzy logic, and pattern recognition.


Benefits of hyper-automation

Increase work automation

RPA can only automate a set of rules-based, repetitive operations that make work simpler, but hyper-automation solutions can do much more. Hyperautomation combines a number of components and technologies to increase the amount of automation you can apply to your business, allowing you to complete more work more effectively.

Employee satisfaction

Hyperautomation improves job quality by utilizing cutting-edge technology to automate manual tasks and assure increased employee happiness and satisfaction. It also includes everyone, from programmers to business analysts, in contributing to digital transformation, which increases staff engagement and creates a more competitive and collaborative workplace.

Business Agility and ROI

Business agility refers to the ability of your company to develop and alter as needed. You can secure endless scalability for your organization using hyper-automation solutions. Intelligent automation systems, whether layered together or functioning in parallel, make it simpler for firms to adapt to changing dynamics swiftly, discover new possibilities, and grow as needed.

The ultimate purpose of every new initiative or transformation program is to improve the present situation and obtain better results. It is conceivable to generate strong ROI with hyper-automation driving the tide of change in organizations. Take, for example, the automation of invoicing processing. Instead of having a bot read and extract information, hyper-automation helps the process by automating the end-to-end multi-layered procedures involved in invoice processing, which results in improved outcomes and profitable returns.


Future readiness

The practice of continually incorporating automation into an organization’s business operations is known as hyper-automation. is future-ready, allowing robots to read into business processes, understand how they function, assist in their improvement, and continuously improve. This implies that even years from now, organizations will be prepared for the future and will not face the risk of their IT infrastructure becoming obsolete, because hyper-automation evolves and grows alongside the enterprise.



Hyperautomation assists organizations by assisting firms in leveraging technology and improving operational efficiency. When analyzing how Hyperautomation benefits organizations, it is critical to understand that strong Hyperautomation products always utilize their expertise in BPM, RPA, Analytics, Document AI, OCR, and other technologies to enable organizational transformation.

Design and coding with Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems.

The Open AI team has created a language model. It holds the record for the largest neural network ever created with 175 billion parameters. In May 2020, Open AI published a groundbreaking paper titled Language Models Are Few-Shot Learners. It’s an order of magnitude larger than the largest previous language models. GPT-3 was trained with almost all available data from the Internet. It showed amazing performance in various NLP (natural language processing) tasks. It includes translation, question-answering, and cloze tasks, even surpassing state-of-the-art models.

In another astonishing display of its power, GPT-3 was able to generate “news articles” almost indistinguishable from human-made pieces. Judges barely achieved above-chance accuracy (52%) at correctly classifying GPT-3 texts.


Before delving into the core content, it’s essential to provide an overview of GPT-3 (Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3) and its fundamental workings. While I’ll offer concise insights, for those seeking a more in-depth understanding, numerous comprehensive resources exist on this subject. This introductory section aims to contextualize GPT-3 for those unfamiliar with it, offering a foundational reference point. It’s not imperative to fully comprehend this information to enjoy the subsequent article, but it can certainly offer a valuable perspective on the buzz surrounding this AI system.


Foundational Concepts for GPT Models

The concepts laid out here are fundamental to understanding GPT models. I’ll begin by defining these terms without delving too deeply into technical intricacies, although a basic familiarity with the concepts might facilitate comprehension. Later on, I’ll illustrate how these concepts interrelate with each other and their relevance to GPT-3.

Transformers: Introduced in 2017, transformers represent a new paradigm in neural networks. They were conceptualized to address various machine translation challenges, particularly those characterized by input and output sequences. The objective was to eliminate the reliance on convolutions and recurrent structures (such as CNNs and RNNs) by exclusively utilizing attention mechanisms. Transformers stand as the cutting-edge in Natural Language Processing (NLP).

Language Models

1. Definition: Language models are algorithms or neural networks designed to understand, predict, and generate human language. They learn patterns, relationships, and context within text data.

2. Function: These models predict the likelihood of the next word or sequence of words in a sentence based on context. They generate coherent text by predicting the most probable words, aiding tasks like text generation, translation, sentiment analysis, and summarization.

3. Pre-trained Models: Many models are pre-trained on extensive text data to learn general language patterns. Fine-tuning enhances performance for specialized tasks or domains.

4. Evolution and Advancements: From statistical models to sophisticated neural architectures (like Transformers such as GPT, BERT), advancements have significantly improved accuracy and language understanding capabilities in NLP systems.

Generative models

In statistics, there are discriminative and generative models, which are often used to perform classification tasks. Discriminative models encode the conditional probability of a given pair of observable and target variables: p(y|x). Generative models encode the joint probability: p(x,y). Generative models can “generate new data similar to existing data,” which is the key idea to take away. Apart from GPT, other popular examples of generative models are GANs (generative adversarial networks) and VAEs (variational autoencoders).


Semi-supervised learning

This training paradigm combines unsupervised pre-training with supervised fine-tuning. The idea is to train a model with a very large dataset in an unsupervised way. Then adapt (fine-tune) the model to different tasks, by using supervised training in smaller datasets. This paradigm solves two problems: It doesn’t need many expensive labeled data and tasks without large datasets can be tackled. It’s worth mentioning that GPT-2 and GPT-3 are fully unsupervised (more about this soon).


Zero/one/few-shot learning

Usually, deep learning systems are trained and tested for a specific set of classes. If a computer vision system is trained to classify cat, dog, and horse images. It could be tested only on those three classes. In contrast, in the zero-shot learning set up the system is shown at test time without weight updating classes. It has not been seen at training time (for instance, testing the system on elephant images). Same thing for one-shot and few-shot settings. But in these cases, at test time the system sees one or few examples of the new classes, respectively. The idea is that a powerful enough system could perform well in these situations, which OpenAI proved with GPT-2 and GPT-3.

Multitask learning

Most deep learning systems are single-task. One popular example is AlphaZero. It can learn a few games like chess or Go, but it can only play one type of game at a time. If it knows how to play chess, it doesn’t know how to play Go. Multitask systems overcome this limitation. They’re trained to be able to solve different tasks for a given input. For instance, if I feed the word ‘cat’ to the system, I could ask it to find the Spanish translation ‘gato’, I could ask it to show me the image of a cat, or I could ask it to describe its features. Different tasks for the same input.

GPT-3: A revolution for artificial intelligence

GPT-3 was bigger than its brothers (100x bigger than GPT-2). This detail is important because, although the similarity is high among GPT models, the performance of GPT-3 surpassed every possible expectation. Its sheer size, a quantitative leap from GPT-2, seems to have produced qualitatively better results.

The significance of this fact lies in its effect over a long-time debate in artificial intelligence: How can we achieve artificial general intelligence? Should we design specific modules — common-sense reasoning, causality, intuitive physics, theory of mind — or we’ll get there simply by building bigger models with more parameters and more training data? It showed amazing performance, surpassing state-of-the-art models on various tasks in the few-shot setting (and in some cases even in the zero-shot setting). The superior size combined with a few examples was enough to obliterate any competitor in machine translation, question-answering, and cloze tasks (fill-in-the-blank). (It’s important to note that in other tasks GPT-3 doesn’t even get close to state-of-the-art supervised fine-tuned models).

The authors pointed out that few-shot results were considerably better than zero-shot results — this gap seemed to grow in parallel with model capacity. it can learn what task it’s expected to do just by seeing some examples of it, to then perform that task with notable proficiency. Indeed, Rohin Shah notes that “few-shot performance increases as the number of parameters increases, and the rate of increase is faster than the corresponding rate for zero-shot performance.” This is the main hypothesis and the reason behind the paper’s title.


GPT-3: Experiments


OpenAI opened the beta because they wanted to see what GPT-3 could do and what new usages could people find. They had already tested the system in NLP standard benchmarks (which aren’t as creative or entertaining as the ones I’m going to show here). As expected, in no time Twitter and other blogs were flooding with amazing results from GPT-3. Below is an extensive review of the most popular ones (I recommend checking out the examples to build up the amazement and then coming back to the article).

GPT-3’s conversational skills

GPT-3 has stored huge amounts of internet data, so it knows a lot about the public and historical figures. It’s more surprising, however, that it can emulate people. It can be used as a chatbot, which is impressive because chatting can’t be specified as a task in the prompt. Let’s see some examples.

ZeroCater CEO Arram Sabeti used GPT-3 to make Tim Ferriss interview Marcus Aurelius about Stoicism. Mckay Wrigley designed Bionicai, an app that aims at helping people learn from anyone; from philosophy from Aristotle to writing skills from Shakespeare. He shared on Twitter some of the results people got. Psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman was impressed when he read an excerpt of his GPT-3 doppelgänger. Jordan Moore made a Twitter thread where he talked with the GPT-3 versions of Jesus Christ, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, Cleopatra, and Kurt Cobain. And Gwern made a very good job further exploring the possibilities of the model regarding conversations and personification.

GPT-3’s useful possibilities

Some found applications for the system that not even the creators had thought of, such as writing code from English prompts. Sharif Shameem built a “layout generator” with which he could give instructions to GPT-3 in natural language for it to write the corresponding JSX code. He also developed Debuild.co, a tool we can use to make GPT-3 write code for a React app giving only the description. Jordan Singer created a Figma plugin on top of GPT-3 specifically for him. Another interesting use was found by Shreya Shankar. who built a demo to translate equations from English to LaTeX. And Paras Chopra created a Q&A search engine that would output the answer to a question along with the corresponding URL.

GPT-3 has an artist’s soul

Moving to the creative side of GPT-3 we find Open AI researcher Amanda Askell, who used the system to create a guitar tab titled Idle Summer Days and to write a funny story of Georg Cantor in a hotel. Arram Sabeti told GPT-3 to write a poem about Elon Musk by Dr. Seuss and a rap song about Harry Potter by Lil Wayne. But the most impressive creative feat of GPT-3 gotta be the game AI Dungeon. In 2019, Nick Walton built the role-based game on top of GPT-2. He has now adapted it to GPT-3 and it’s earning $16,000 a month on Patreon.

GPT-3’s reasoning abilities

The most intrepid tested GPT-3 in areas in which only humans excel. Parse CTO Kevin Lacker wondered about common-sense reasoning and logic and found that GPT-3 was able to keep up although it failed when entering “surreal territory”. However, Nick Cammarata found that specifying uncertainty in the prompt allowed GPT-3 to handle “surreal” questions while answering “Yo be real”. Gwern explains that GPT-3 may need explicit uncertainty prompts because we humans tend to not say “I don’t know” and the system is simply imitating this flaw.

GPT-3 also proved capable of having spiritual and philosophical conversations that might go beyond our cognitive boundaries. Tomer Ullman made GPT-3 conceive 10 philosophical/moral thought experiments. Messaging is a tool that outputs the meaning of life according to “famous people, things, objects, [or] feelings.”

And Bernhard Mueller, in an attempt to unveil the philosophical Holy Grail, made the ultimate test for GPT-3. He gave it a prompt to find the question to 42 and after some exchanges, GPT-3 said: “The answer is so far beyond your understanding that you cannot comprehend the question. And that, my child, is the answer to life, the Universe, and everything.” Amazing and scary at the same time.

GPT-3 produced amazing results, received wild hype, generated increasing worry, and received a wave of critiques and counter-critiques. I don’t know what to expect in the future from these types of models but what’s for sure is that GPT-3 remains unmatched right now. It’s the most powerful neural network today and accordingly, it has received the most intense focus, in every possible sense.

Everyone was directing their eyes at GPT-3; those who acclaim it as a great, forward step towards human-like artificial intelligence and those who reduce it to barely be an overhyped strong autocomplete. There are interesting arguments on both sides. Now, it’s your turn to think about what it means for the present of AI and what it’ll mean for the future of the world.

ChatGPT – The Most Advanced AI Chatbot in 2022​

What Is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is a powerful language generation model developed by OpenAI. It’s trained on a massive amount of text data and can generate human-like responses to a wide range of prompts.

One of the most striking things about ChatGPT is its ability to understand context and generate appropriate responses. For example, if you ask it a question about a specific topic, it can provide a detailed and accurate answer. This makes it a useful tool for a variety of applications, such as customer service chatbots, virtual assistants, and even content creation.

Another impressive feature of ChatGPT is its ability to generate text that is coherent, fluent, and even engaging. It can write entire articles, stories, and even poetry, with a level of quality that is often hard to distinguish from that of a human writer. This opens up a lot of possibilities for automated content generation, such as news articles, product descriptions, and more.


Understanding the Power of ChatGPT

At its core, ChatGPT harnesses the power of vast text data to generate human-like responses across a myriad of prompts. What distinguishes ChatGPT is its remarkable aptitude in comprehending context. Pose a question on any topic, and ChatGPT seamlessly offers detailed and accurate answers. Its versatility makes it a valuable asset in various domains, from customer service chatbots to virtual assistants and content creation.

At the heart of ChatGPT lies a marvel of modern artificial intelligence, a sophisticated neural network engineered to wield the vast expanse of text data for a profound purpose: crafting responses that mirror human understanding across a wide spectrum of queries.

ChatGPT stands as a titan, empowered by a wealth of text data accumulated from myriad sources and domains. Its training spans through colossal libraries of language, absorbing the essence of human knowledge. This rich repository fuels its linguistic prowess, enabling it to draw upon an ocean of information to respond cohesively and informatively.

Beyond Mere Text Generation

ChatGPT’s prowess extends far beyond mere text generation. It doesn’t merely string words together; it crafts coherent and engaging narratives. This model can effortlessly compose articles, spin stories, and even delve into the realms of poetry with a quality often indistinguishable from that of a human writer. This opens doors to automated content generation across diverse spheres, from news articles to product descriptions.

ChatGPT’s creative prowess knows no bounds. Effortlessly, it conjures intricate and immersive narratives that transport readers to vividly imagined worlds. Its ability to spin tales that enrapture, excite, and enlighten reflects a mastery that transcends the realms of mere machine intelligence.

Venturing into the poetic realms, ChatGPT’s poetic musings unveil a level of artistry that tugs at heartstrings and ignites the imagination. With lyrical finesse and evocative prose, it crafts verses that echo the sentiments and beauty of human poetry, resonating with the depth of genuine emotional expression.

The Scale of ChatGPT

Scale is another aspect where ChatGPT shines. Capable of generating thousands of responses within seconds, it is a powerhouse in data annotation, language translation, and text summarization. Its rapid throughput makes it an invaluable tool for large-scale tasks requiring swift and accurate text generation.

ChatGPT is not just fast—it’s lightning incarnate. Within the blink of an eye, it surges forth, generating not just a handful, but thousands upon thousands of responses. Its processing speed is akin to a digital savant, churning out a deluge of meticulously crafted and contextually accurate text within mere seconds.

When it comes to data annotation, ChatGPT stands as an unrivaled titan. Its capacity to annotate colossal datasets with precision and celerity is unmatched. It navigates through vast troves of information, annotating, categorizing, and organizing data points at an astonishing pace.

In the realm of language translation, ChatGPT reigns supreme. Its linguistic dexterity transcends borders and languages, effortlessly translating vast volumes of text with finesse. From deciphering complex idioms to preserving nuances, its translation prowess mirrors the acumen of a seasoned polyglot.

The Nuances and Limitations

However, despite its remarkable capabilities, ChatGPT is not infallible. Being a machine learning model, it can make errors and might struggle with the intricate nuances of human language. Its proficiency is confined to the data it was trained on, potentially limiting its responses in certain topics or languages.

Underneath the veneer of brilliance lies the occasional flicker of imperfection. As a product of machine learning, ChatGPT, despite its astonishing achievements, occasionally grapples with errors. Within the intricate web of human language, it navigates with finesse, yet encounters ephemeral stumbling blocks that surface as hiccups in its responses.

For all its brilliance, ChatGPT is, at its core, an artificial intelligence endeavoring to emulate human cognition. The subtleties, nuances, and intricacies that define human language sometimes elude its comprehension. It can stumble upon the labyrinth of linguistic subtleties, experiencing moments of uncertainty where the vagaries of expression escape its grasp.


Revolutionizing Human-Machine Interactions

In conclusion, ChatGPT represents a monumental leap in language generation technology. Its prowess in understanding context, crafting high-quality text, and operating at scale opens doors to a world where human-machine interactions are redefined. While acknowledging its limitations, the potential for revolutionizing various domains through automation and language generation is undeniably vast with ChatGPT at the forefront.

ChatGPT’s ascent marks a pivotal moment in the annals of language generation technology. Its ability to decipher context, fabricate impeccably crafted text, and navigate vast volumes of data with finesse signifies a monumental leap forward. The symphony of words it orchestrates isn’t just proficient; it’s a symphony of sophistication and eloquence, setting a new standard in artificial linguistic prowess.

In summation, ChatGPT emerges not just as a language model but as a vanguard of a technological revolution. Its aptitude in understanding, creating, and interacting paves the way for a future where the unimaginable becomes attainable, beckoning us toward a horizon where innovation and automation intertwine to sculpt a new epoch in human-machine collaboration.