Digging for £150m
An AI arm and robot dogs will literally dig through a landfill for a hard drive.
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What we're reading.
1/ A man who tossed out £150m in Bitcoin is training an AI arm to dig through a landfill to find his dispatched hard drive. Good luck, sir. Learn more from The Guardian >
2/ People are using generative art to recreate movie posters, and I…can’t quite describe them. You’re just going to have to see these yourself. Learn more from Creative Bloq >
3/ [Funding] Peter Thiel + David Petraeus want to make enterprise decision-making an AI process, and they’re backing Arena to do just that. Learn more from TechCrunch >
4/ Want to get started with DALL-E, but don’t know how to conjure up the magic? This prompt guide is robust. Learn more from dallery.gallery>
5/ Or, you can just pay $1.99 per prompt. The middle always gets filled…Learn more from TechCrunch >
6/ The discussion around AI being sentient has picked up again following recent events at Google. But why do we think this? Learn more from The New York Times >
7/ Scariest for last — here’s how a Midjourney bot sees the last selfie ever taken. Sorry in advance…Learn more from PCGamer>
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