Chaos Theory

Chaos Theory Substack explores the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and various sectors, including finance, healthcare, advertising, and technology. It covers advancements, policies, and applications of AI, discussing implications for businesses, society, and individuals. Recurring themes include AI in drug discovery, generative AI, AI ethics, and AI's role in content creation.

Artificial Intelligence Technology and Innovation Healthcare and Biotechnology Digital Advertising AI Ethics and Policies Cybersecurity Content Creation and Media Economic Implications of AI

The hottest Substack posts of Chaos Theory

And their main takeaways
39 implied HN points 05 May 23
  1. An anonymous Google memo suggests the company lacks a competitive advantage in AI compared to other tech giants.
  2. The rise of open-source AI communities has proven to produce competitive AI models against big tech firms.
  3. The value in AI lies in tapping into the global mindshare of human intelligence rather than the strength of individual models.
39 implied HN points 24 Apr 23
  1. ChatGPT reads financial headlines and Federal Reserve speeches for prediction
  2. Google employs generative AI for advanced ad campaigns
  3. IBM and Moderna collaborate on AI and quantum computing for vaccine development
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19 implied HN points 04 May 23
  1. Hackers are using generative AI to create malware, making it harder for cybersecurity professionals to detect and defend against these attacks.
  2. Google introduces an AI-powered privacy platform called Checks.
  3. ChatGPT is starting to give therapy, potentially revolutionizing mental health care.
0 implied HN points 08 Feb 24
  1. Microsoft secures Super Bowl ad for Copilot, emphasizing productivity and creativity.
  2. Google introduces Gemini Advanced, Meta deploying custom chips for AI, OpenAI automates tasks with AI agents.
  3. AI developments include ChatGPT tagging images, Waymo's car incident, and Ikea's design assistant attempts.
0 implied HN points 23 Jan 24
  1. Parents are concerned about AI influencers promoting unrealistic beauty standards.
  2. MIT research suggests that AI won't replace humans soon due to cost.
  3. Microsoft has introduced a free tool for AI reading lessons.