If Search Engines Played Jeopardy, Which One Would Win?

The recent victory of IBM’s Watson computer against human competitors in an exhibition round of Jeopardy got computer scientist Stephen Wolfram thinking about how regular search engines might fare in such a match-up. So he took 200,000 known Jeapardy clues and ran them through six search engines (Google, Bing, Ask, Blekko, Wikipedia Search, and Yandex). He excluded known Jeopardy sites from the results, and didn’t test his own Wolfram Alpha because it is not designed for those kinds of queries.

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NVIDIA will Reveal New AI Advancements at CES 2024

NVIDIA will have a Special Address at CES 2024 which is scheduled for Monday, 8 Jan. at 8 a.m. PT / 5 p.m. CET.

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Class B tabletop Autoclave

A Class B tabletop autoclave is a sophisticated and compact sterilization device used in medical, laboratory, and dental settings to effectively sterilize equipment, instruments, and materials. It operates on the principle of high-pressure steam, eliminating microorganisms, bacteria, viruses, and spores from items placed inside, ensuring a sterile environment for medical procedures, research, or other applications.

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OpenAI is allowing anyone to create their own ChatGPT chatbots - here's what that means for you

Rosa writes: "Here's everything you need to know about OpenAI's custom ChatGPT chatbots. Let's take a closer look at what they are and how to make them."

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