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[-] Lugh 10 points 1 week ago

I'm fascinated by the dynamic that is going on at the moment with the AI investor hype bubble. Billions are being poured into companies in the hope of finding the next Big Tech giant, meanwhile, none of the business logic that would support this is panning out at all.

At every turn, free open-source AI is snapping at the heels of Big Tech's offerings. I wonder if further down the road this decentralization of AI's power will have big implications and we just can't see them yet.

[-] breadsmasher@lemmy.world 5 points 1 week ago

Maybe the title should include “AI” somewhere? I was initially confuser about the hype over some random generic software agent (thinking like an azure deployment agent for example)

[-] knightly@pawb.social 0 points 1 week ago

"AI" is a useless buzzword. I'd rather that articles were specific when they're talking about GANs, LLMs, stable diffusors, genetic algorithms, etc.

[-] breadsmasher@lemmy.world 4 points 1 week ago

Sure, whatever wording makes it clear how its different to any other generic agent

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