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AIX: The Apple Intelligence Experience

AIX: The Apple Intelligence Experience, The Future of (Generative AI) Search, The Synergy of Human Creativity and AI, The ARC Prize and What it Means for AGI, and more!

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The Future of (Generative AI) Search

Explore the future of search with generative AI. Discover how Apple Intelligence, context-based understanding, intent-driven interactions, and integrated workflows are transforming search. Learn about the trust challenges and the critical balance needed for reliable, AI-powered search experiences.

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The Synergy of Human Creativity and AI

Discover how human creativity and AI collaborate in the face of advancements. Explore the unique qualities of human flexibility, diverse responses, and AI's ability to overcome creative blocks. Learn how architecture, analogical reasoning, and rap benefit from AI's divergent thinking capabilities.

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The ARC Prize and What it Means for AGI

Explore the debate on achieving AGI: scaling laws vs new approaches. Learn about the ARC prize, a $1M competition challenging the current consensus and proposing a benchmark focused on skill acquisition. Discover why benchmarks matter in shaping AI's future and driving industry perceptions.

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Imagining a Hopeful Future with AI

Imagining a Hopeful Future with AI, Decoding the Complexity of Innovation with AI, Is AI Really as Creative as Humans, Jonathan Feinstein and The Context of Creativity, and more!

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Is AI Really as Creative as Humans?

Recent studies claim AI outperforms humans in creativity tests, but these only measure "creative potential." Examples show AI ideas often lack practicality and appeal. The future of AI-enhanced creativity lies in designing tools that allow for exploration, playfulness, and guidance.

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Decoding the Complexity of Innovation with AI

AI and network analysis reveal innovation's complex structure, manage creative tensions, and amplify human potential by uncovering patterns in invention data. AI guides the process, but human intuition remains crucial in navigating the unequal market of ideas.

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The Imagining Summit

A 42 hour retreat dedicated to Imagining a Hopeful Future with AI for imaginitive thinkers and innovators who share our hope for the future and are crazy enough to think we can collectively change things.

Jonathan Feinstein: The Context of Creativity

Jonathan Feinstein: The Context of Creativity

An interview with Jonathan Feinstein, professor at the Yale School of Management and author of Creativity in Large-Scale Contexts: Guiding Creative Engagement and Exploration.

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Helen's Books of the Week

As meta-researchers, we consume ideas and research from a variety of sources. Books, in particular, are an important source. And Helen reads a lot of them. Each week she profiles one book in our newsletter—and this is the the full list.

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ChatGPT Will Never Work Like the Demo

ChatGPT Will Never Work Like the Demo, AGI is a Red Herring, The Brittleness of Agentic Reasoning and Planning Using LLMs, Can LLMs Reason and Plan, How to Use Generative AI to Create, and more!

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AGI is a Red Herring

The current obsession with AGI, fueled by the hype from companies like OpenAI, is a dangerous distraction we must firmly reject. Don't fall for the red herring argument that we need superintelligent AI to save us from ourselves. It's an insult to human intelligence and agency.

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The Brittleness of Agentic Reasoning and Planning Using LLMs

Research suggests that LLMs are not demonstrating genuine reasoning abilities but are instead relying on pattern matching and retrieval based on the provided examples. We're still a ways off reliable performance of LLMs in reasoning and decision-making tasks.

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