Familiarize yourself with the concept of generative AI and its ability to create content is introduced, along with its real-world applications and limitations. You'll delve into the differences between traditional machine learning models, generative AI, and artificial general intelligence (AGI), and explore the key factors driving the development of generative AI.
In this chapter, we cover the essential steps in creating generative AI models: research and design, data collection, model training, and evaluation. We examine the significance of diverse datasets and advanced training techniques, as well as various evaluation methods, while discussing their strengths and limitations.
This chapter focuses on the responsible use of generative AI. We discuss the challenges and strategies to mitigate social bias, intellectual property and privacy issues, and ethical considerations to prevent misuse. We conclude by exploring the immense potential and risks of Artificial Generative Intelligence (AGI), along with the approaches to control its outcomes.
Chapter 4 examines the potential, impact, and integration of generative AI into human workflows. It discusses key contributors to AI development, from universities to companies, and explores societal adaptations to AI. It delves into AI's implications for productivity, job dynamics, education, media, entertainment, scientific advancements, and ethical considerations.