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AI is the Sixth Intelligence Discipline
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AI is the Sixth Intelligence Discipline

Last Updated on December 11, 2023 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Kendrick

Originally published on Towards AI.

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“There is a pre-ChatGPT and a post-ChatGPT world,” affirmed one CEO to your author.

Some may, at first look, think this dichotomy in the commercial world was a result of what ChatGPT does — it is good, but large language models (LLMs) have been around for the last decade, and, well, Google’s BARD is slightly better or equally worse depending on who you ask. Rather, what was innovative about ChatGPT was that it exposed “AI/ML” to the masses. For the first time, consumers experience for themselves what AI could do for them. With one application, what had been hidden, poorly misunderstood, and known by only a few went viral. With one product, people and companies globally experienced intrigue, surprise, worry and saw opportunity, all at the same time.

However, the operationalization of AI/ML across several industries began decades ago. In the defense and national security sector, AI/ML models have traditionally been used and thought about as “process enhancers.” As far back as the 1980’s the US Intelligence Community was “narrowly interested in the data mining and data processing advantages of AI, namely the ability of computers to search through vast troves of raw data, from multiple sources,… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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