Robot học, Chatbot trực quan hóa: Năm 2024 sẽ là 'Bước nhảy vọt' của A.I.

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At an event in San Francisco in November, Sam Altman, the chief executive of the artificial intelligence company OpenAI, was asked what surprises the field (lĩnh vực) would bring in 2024.

Online chatbots like OpenAI’s ChatGPT will take “a leap forward (bước nhảy vọt) that no one expected,” Mr. Altman immediately responded.

Sitting beside him, James Manyika, a Google executive, nodded and said, “Plus one to that.”

The A.I. industry this year is set to be defined (xác định) by one main characteristic: a remarkably rapid improvement of the technology as advancements build upon one another, enabling (cho phép) A.I. to generate new kinds of media, mimic human reasoning in new ways and seep into (thâm nhập) the physical world through a new breed (giống) of robot.

In the coming months, A.I.-powered image generators like DALL-E and Midjourney will instantly deliver videos as well as still images. And they will gradually merge (hợp nhất) with chatbots like ChatGPT.

That means chatbots will expand well beyond digital text by handling photos, videos, diagrams, charts and other media. They will exhibit (thể hiện) behavior that looks more like human reasoning, tackling increasingly complex tasks in fields like math and science. As the technology moves into robots, it will also help to solve problems beyond the digital world.

Many of these developments have already started emerging inside the top research labs and in tech products. But in 2024, the power of these products will grow significantly and be used by far more people.

This year, tech companies plan to feed A.I. systems more data — including images, sounds and more text — than people can wrap their heads around. As these systems learn the relationships between these various kinds of data, they will learn to solve increasingly complex problems, preparing them for life in the physical world.

source: nytimes,

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