Multimodal AI Modeling is the Future, But It’s Also Pandora’s Box

by Jessica Hall

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What’s it going to take to create an AI that can understand? We keep trying to make computers that act like brains, but we don’t have an easy path to building computers that can understand things like brains do. And what happens…

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