The f(x)=e^x | AutoGPT — the future of automation

Dr Mark van Rijmenam, CSP
2 min readMay 12, 2023

The f(x) = e^x | May 12, 2023 — Vol. 213

ChatGPT’s joke of the week:

Why don’t neural networks ever tell secrets?
Because they have too many layers!

AutoGPT: Revolutionizing Task Automation with Potential Risks and Business Implications

My latest article:

AutoGPT is reshaping task automation, promising increased efficiency and potential job loss and privacy concerns. As the AI-driven future unfolds, businesses must reskill employees to work with AI, emphasise human-centric roles, and ensure ethical AI use. Balancing AI and human labour is critical to thriving in this new era. In my latest article, I take a deep dive into the future of automation: AutoGPT.

Useful Nuggets of Information

My weekly tips from around the web to get you thinking.

1. EU springs into action: A new dawn for AI regulation.

The European Union is stepping in to regulate artificial intelligence. The proposed rules aim to limit risky AI practices, protect privacy, and set standards for AI transparency and accountability. The proposed regulation will also include new tools such as ChatGPT. (TIME)

2. AI advancement: a double-edged sword?

As AI rapidly advances, DeepMind co-founder warns it could create “a serious number of losers,” emphasising job losses and privacy concerns. The call to action is clear — we must prioritise ethical considerations and comprehensive regulations in our race towards AI advancement. (Financial Review)

3. AI’s dependence on low-wage human workers

Unveiling the reality behind AI, it turns out that even advanced systems like ChatGPT heavily rely on low-wage contract workers, who put in strenuous 15-hour days to train these systems. (Futurism)

4. Deciphering the enigma.

OpenAI’s latest research is set to offer a groundbreaking peek into the enigmatic ‘black box’ of neural networks. The initiative aims to unravel the complex inner workings of these networks, potentially opening new horizons in our understanding and application of artificial intelligence. (Ars Technica)

Create world-scale augmented reality experiences in minutes.

Google’s new Geospatial Creator, powered by ARCore & Google Maps, enables users to design and publish world-anchored content with photorealistic 3D tiles and geospatial, terrain, and rooftop anchors. (Google)

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Dr Mark van Rijmenam, CSP

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