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This week: Microsoft's licenses OpenAI's GPT-3, the 100 year history of self-driving cars, and the ge
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Artificial Intelligence Weekly
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This week: Microsoft’s licenses OpenAI’s GPT-3, the 100 year history of self-driving cars, and the generative age.
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Latest News
Microsoft exclusively licenses OpenAI’s GPT-3 text generation model | The Verge

Scientists Invent Artificial Skin That Can Feel Pain | Futurism

From the Blogosphere
The 100-Year History of Self-Driving Cars | OneZero

The Generative Age | Arram Sabeti

The AI Economist | Salesforce

Useful Resources
Can you spot a deepfake? | In Event of Moon Disaster

What is AI? The Human's Handbook to Computers that Think | Emerging Tech Brew

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Techstars Startup Digest Artificial Intelligence Weekly is curated by:
Aashay Mody Aashay Mody - 👨‍💻 Growth at Anvil | 🤖 AI Digest Curator at Startup Digest | 🎓 NYU Stern Alum
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