June 6, 2024 MDG

Recommended reading

Introducing Stable Audio Open – An Open Source Model for Audio Samples and Sound Design (stablityai)
Stable Audio Open is an open source text-to-audio model for generating up to 47 seconds of samples and sound effects. Users can create drum beats, instrument riffs, ambient sounds, foley and production elements. The model enables audio variations and style transfer of audio samples.

Mistral has released a software development kit (SDK), Mistral-Finetune, for fine-tuning its models on workstations, servers and small datacenter nodes.

The Impossibility of Fair LLMs We show that each framework either does not logically extend to LLMs or presents a notion of fairness that is intractable for LLMs, primarily due to the multitudes of populations affected, sensitive attributes, and use cases.

Recommended reading:

Mind as Machine by Margaret Boden (2006)
Weapons of Math Destruction by Cathy O’Neil (2016)
Algorithms of Oppression by Safiya Noble (2018)
Race after Technology by Ruha Benjamin (2019)
Discriminating Data by Wendy Chun (2021)
Artificial Knowing by Alison Adam (1998)
Computation and Human Experience by Philip Agre (1997)
The Closed World by Paul Edwards (1996)
Computer Power and Human Reason by Joseph Weizenbaum (1976)
Alchemy and Artificial Intelligence by Hubert Dreyfus (1965)
The Machinery Question by Maxine Berg (1980)


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