Misplaced fears of an ‘evil’ ChatGPT obscure the real harm being done | John Naughton

Our tendency to humanise large language models and AI is daft – let’s worry about corporate grabs and environmental damage

04 March 2023, theguardian.com

Could the Next Great Author Be a Robot? We Asked (Human) Writers.

At the PEN America Literary Awards, David Sedaris, Judith Thurman and others discussed the role A.I. could play in literature.

04 March 2023, nytimes.com

Achieving electronic engineering efficiency through ML and automation

Full automation is not the final desired state, but it is the turbocharger that can fire new efficiencies in electronic engineering.

03 March 2023, venturebeat.com

CRO Paul Fabara shares how Visa is using AI to counter cyberattacks

Paul Fabara, CRO of Visa takes part in a Q&A with VentureBeat to discuss how to use AI to identify data-level threats.

03 March 2023, venturebeat.com

Next step in surveillance AI: Finding out who your friends are

A gray-haired man walks through an office lobby holding a coffee cup, staring ahead as he passes the entryway.

03 March 2023, techxplore.com

How Microsoft’s investment in ChatGPT could reshape Big Tech as we know it

Microsoft's investment in OpenAI and ChatGPT is a gain for both companies as well as a game-changer for Big Tech and startups.

03 March 2023, venturebeat.com

Machine learning stabilizes mechanical parts, protects from damaging friction conditions

Mechanical systems in which moving parts come into regular contact are prone to damage due to the effects of friction. Researchers at Tohoku University have developed a contact control system, driven by artificial intelligence, to greatly reduce contact with damaged areas.

03 March 2023, techxplore.com

Microsoft’s Bing chatbot to offer users answers in three different tones

Users asking questions to be given option of ‘creative’, ‘balanced’ or ‘precise’ response

03 March 2023, theguardian.com

Why Lawmakers Aren’t Rushing to Police A.I.

Artificial intelligence tools are proliferating throughout society, and getting more powerful. Washington has failed to keep pace.

03 March 2023, nytimes.com

ChatGPT turns to manga in 'One Piece' author experiment

The AI programme ChatGPT has passed exams, penned news articles and produced code. So perhaps no surprise that "One Piece" author Eiichiro Oda has turned to it for inspiration.

03 March 2023, techxplore.com

Everyone Pivots to A.I., and Bad News for Crypto

Is crypto dead? Or only mostly dead?

03 March 2023, nytimes.com

A fake news frenzy: why ChatGPT could be disastrous for truth in journalism | Emily Bell

A platform that can mimic humans’ writing with no commitment to the truth is a gift for those who benefit from disinformation, says Emily Bell, director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism

03 March 2023, theguardian.com

As A.I. Booms, Lawmakers Struggle to Understand the Technology

Tech innovations are again racing ahead of Washington’s ability to regulate them, lawmakers and A.I. experts said.

03 March 2023, nytimes.com

Need to Write Your Vows? A.I. Can Help.

Artificial intelligence is steadily becoming a trusty tool for composing wedding speeches. Should it be?

03 March 2023, nytimes.com

Scientist develops new X-ray data reconstruction method

Scientists at the Advanced Photon Source are exploring ways to analyze X-ray data faster and with more precision. One new software package called TomocuPy has shown to be up to 30 times faster than the current practice.

03 March 2023, techxplore.com

Story Machine demonstrates how AI is helping game development

Story Machine, a game creation engine from Robot Invader, uses AI to create art assets for games -- what's its purpose for developers?

02 March 2023, venturebeat.com

NLP firm raises $37M in series B2 to grow ESG, sentiment analysis services

SESAMm will use its new funding to provide business insights on ESG and sentiment analysis using AI and natural language processing (NLP).

02 March 2023, venturebeat.com

Forget chatbots, this is how corporate America is really using AI

Ever since OpenAI's ChatGPT lit up the internet in November, companies can't stop talking about artificial intelligence. Take this earnings season so far: References to AI and related terms during calls with investors are already up 77% from a year earlier.

02 March 2023, techxplore.com

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