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AI Roundup 11/09 -> 11/16/2023
An OpenAI-powered wearable device, an easy way to remove RLHF protections from GPT-4, a model for navigating smartphones, and Microsoft's first-ever AI chips
Welcome to the weekly edition of AI Tidbits, where I curate the firehose of AI research papers and tools so you won’t have to.
✨ Highlights (8 entries)
Research (20 entries)
Announcements (2 entries)
Cool tools (2 entries)
Open-source (4 entries)
UIUC and Stanford reveal that fine-tuning can effectively remove RLHF protections from LLMs like GPT-4 with a high success rate, highlighting a critical vulnerability in current AI safety measures (Paper)
Alibaba releases Qwen-Audio - a model that handles over 30 audio tasks (speech recognition and translation, audio-based Q&A, and more), achieving remarkable performance across diverse benchmarks without task-specific fine-tuning
CMU and Adobe introduce Music ControlNet, offering enhanced control over melody, dynamics, and rhythm in music generation, achieving higher fidelity to inputs compared to leading models with significantly fewer resources
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