Among sermon writers, there is fascination—and unease—over the fast-expanding abilities of artificial-intelligence chatbots. For now, the evolving consensus among clergy is this: Yes, they can write a passably competent sermon. But no, they can't replicate the passion of actual preaching.
Dutch officials urged the creation of clear definitions on how artificial intelligence can be used in war, as a conference billed as the first of its kind to tackle the issue opened on Wednesday.
Researchers from UNSW Sydney have developed an algorithm that produces high-resolution modeled images from lower-resolution micro X-ray computerized tomography (CT).
Microsoft released a version of Bing powered with artificial intelligence. Did it just revolutionize how we search the internet?
Comprehending that other people might think differently from you is a form of intelligence known as theory of mind – what does it mean that the artificial intelligence behind ChatGPT can do as well on tests of it as a 9-year-old child?
Preventing accidents by computing impending collisions of drones or cars: that is the goal of Darius Burschka. The professor at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) tracks every point in images generated by cameras carried by flying drones or cars on the road.
Since its public launch in November 2022, ChatGPT has captured the world's attention, showing millions of users around the globe the extraordinary potential of artificial intelligence as it churns out human-sounding sounding answers to requests ranging from the practical to the surreal.
To help identify when tense online debates are inching toward irredeemable meltdown, Cornell researchers have developed an artificial intelligence tool that can track these conversations in real-time, detect when tensions are escalating and nudge users away from using incendiary language.
Research about both social and technical aspects of work can guide critical thinking about when and how business leaders and MBA students might use generative AI.
While you've been online today, chances are you've seen an AI-generated ad, likely without knowing it. A University of Kansas study has analyzed more than 1,000 AI-generated ads from across the web and found that they are only labeled as ads about half the time—and that they intentionally appeal to consumers in positive ways to influence them.
ChatGPT—an artificial intelligence tool that can write essays, poems and emails on any subject with the click of a cursor—sent shockwaves throughout the education world when it was introduced late last year. Now, its creators have built a new program that can help catch students who use the AI bot to cheat.
With a rapidly expanding ‘edtech’ market, it’s easy for teachers and parents to be confused about what’s on offer, how to use it and whether it will help students learn.
Under the fluorescent lights of a fifth grade classroom in Lexington, Kentucky, Donnie Piercey instructed his 23 students to try and outwit the "robot" that was churning out writing assignments.
Google's parent company Alphabet has lost a hefty US$100 billion (£83 billion) or nearly a tenth of its market value after its new AI chatbot, Bard, botched an answer to a query on an ad promoting its launch. It claimed that the James Webb space telescope took the first pictures of planets outside the Earth's solar system when in fact it was the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope.
With the recent news that the ChatGPT AI can pass a theory of mind test, how far away are we from an artificial intelligence that fully understands the goals and beliefs of others?
Detailed three-dimensional virtual cities can be quickly created by an artificial intelligence, which could be useful for making virtual reality worlds or training autonomous cars
For artificial intelligence to move to the next level, it needs to understand the goals and beliefs of others – a skill once thought to be out of its reach. But new research shows emotionally smart machines are on the way
Bring up robot-human relations, and you're bound to conjure images of famous futuristic robots, from the Terminator to C-3PO. But, in fact, the robot invasion has already begun. Devices and programs, including digital voice assistants, predictive text and household appliances are smart, and getting smarter.