The government recently introduced the Agnipath initiative for recruiting soldiers across the three services (Army, Navy and Airforce).
It allows patriotic and determined young people to serve in the Armed Forces for four years.
The youth who join the army under this scheme will be known as Agniveer. Young people will be able to join the army for a limited time.
Under the new programme, approximately 45,000 to 50,000 soldiers will be recruited each year, with the majority leaving the military within four years.
Training could go unused: Forces could lose experienced soldiers.
Jawans joining the Army, Navy, and Air Force will receive technological training to enable them to support ongoing operations. However, these men and women will leave after four years, perhaps leaving a hole.
Google’s artificial intelligence-based chatbot Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA), according to a senior engineer, has become “sentient.”
Google initially unveiled LaMDA in 2021 at its flagship developer conference I/O (Input/Output) as its generative language model for dialogue applications, ensuring that the application may speak on any topic.
LaMDA can converse freely about an almost infinite number of topics, which the business believes will enable more natural ways of interacting with technology and totally new categories of useful applications.
LaMDA can hold a conversation based on the user’s inputs entirely because of its language processing model, which has been trained on enormous quantities of discourse.
Google unveiled LaMDA 2.0 at I/O 2022, which will expand on these features.
The new model can take an idea and generate inventive and relevant descriptions, can stay on topic even if a user strays off-topic, and can even recommend a list of objects needed for a specific activity.
An autoregressive language model that produces human-like text using deep learning.
In 2020, an essay was released claiming that it was totally created by Generative Pre-Trained Transformer 3, an AI text generator (GPT-3).
Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, India, Pakistan, and Iran are all members.