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  • AI lie detectors are better than humans at spotting lies

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  • Cool AI tools + see who raised funds

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πŸ—žοΈ HIGHLIGHT OF THE DAY

TL;DR

AI lie detectors outperform humans in detecting lies, but their use raises concerns about trust and social dynamics. While the technology can identify falsehoods more accurately, its implications for interpersonal relationships and the potential for misuse warrant careful consideration.

Summary

  • AI vs. Human Lie Detection: AI-based systems are significantly better than humans at detecting lies.

  • Study Insights: Research by Alicia von Schenk shows AI's accuracy at 67%, compared to humans' 50%.

  • Human Trust Issues: Despite AI's accuracy, only a third of people opt to use it, often due to skepticism.

  • Behavioral Impact: Reliance on AI tools increases accusation rates, which can undermine social trust.

  • Future Implications: Widespread AI use could aid in misinformation detection but might also lead to excessive distrust.

What we think

AI lie detectors show promise in improving lie detection accuracy. However, their potential to erode trust in personal and professional relationships is a significant concern. Striking a balance between technological benefits and social consequences will be crucial for their future adoption.

⚑ LATEST IN TECH AND AI

Kuaishou has launched KLING, an AI video generator now accessible as a web version, capable of creating videos up to two minutes long at 1080p resolution and 30 frames per second. The AI utilizes a 3D space-time attention system for accurate motion modeling and can generate both realistic and fictional scenes. Although impressive, access requires a Chinese phone number, limiting its availability outside China.

YouTube Music is testing an AI-powered feature that allows users to create custom radio stations by entering prompts. This new functionality, accessible through a "Create a radio" card, uses generative AI to curate playlists based on user input. Although still in the experimental phase, this feature aims to personalize music discovery but may require a YouTube Premium subscription.

Google DeepMind and Harvard University have created a virtual rat with an AI-based brain that mimics real rats' movements, providing insights into neural circuits controlling complex motor functions. The digital rat's brain, trained on extensive neural recordings, replicates behaviors such as running and climbing, enabling detailed study of brain functions and motor control. This innovation bridges AI and neuroscience, offering a new platform for exploring brain activity and potentially enhancing robotic agility.

πŸ’» DEV RESOURCES

Researchers have developed a new approach to estimating category-level 3D poses from casual, object-centric videos without human supervision.

The article "Building Your AI Radiologist: A Fun Guide to Creating a Pneumonia Detector with VGG16" on HackerNoon provides a detailed step-by-step guide for developing an AI model to detect pneumonia from medical images using the VGG16 convolutional neural network architecture. It covers setting up the environment, preparing data, building, and training the model, and fine-tuning techniques to improve accuracy. The tutorial is practical, hands-on, and aims to make complex AI concepts accessible to beginners and experts alike.

Microsoft's Minference dramatically speeds up supported models' inference with a number of system improvements.

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    Turn links and PDFs into Duolingo-like quizzes in seconds for better, faster learning.

πŸ’Έ WHO RAISED?

Discover startups who just raised funds

  1. Redactive

    Redactive raises a $11.5M Seed β€” Enterprise LLM governance.

  2. Altrove

    Altrove AI raises a $4M Seed β€” AI to create new materials.

  3. Phaidra

    Phaidra raises a $12M Round β€” Autonomous control system for data center energy consumption.

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