Our neurodata can reveal our most private selves. As brain implants become common, how will it be protected?

Several companies are in the process of commercialising invasive brain-computer interfaces, including Synchron, Neuralink and Precision Neuroscience.

13 February 2023, theconversation.com

Googlers slam CEO and call Bard reveal ‘botched’

Google employees have slammed CEO Sundar Pichai and called the Bard chatbot reveal ‘botched’.

Efficient technique improves machine-learning models' reliability

Powerful machine-learning models are being used to help people tackle tough problems such as identifying disease in medical images or detecting road obstacles for autonomous vehicles. But machine-learning models can make mistakes, so in high-stakes settings it's critical that humans know when to trust a model's predictions.

13 February 2023, techxplore.com

Scientific AI's 'black box' is no match for 200-year-old method

One of the oldest tools in computational physics—a 200-year-old mathematical technique known as Fourier analysis—can reveal crucial information about how a form of artificial intelligence called a deep neural network learns to perform tasks involving complex physics like climate and turbulence modeling, according to a new study.

13 February 2023, techxplore.com

This Tool Could Protect Artists From A.I.-Generated Art That Steals Their Style

Artists want to be able to post their work online without the fear “of feeding this monster” that could replace them.

13 February 2023, nytimes.com

Opinion | Write a (Bitter Valentine) to (Your Therapist) in the Style of (a Yelp Review)

We’re asking ChatGPT to try to capture that most human of emotions: love.

13 February 2023, nytimes.com

Just nine out of 116 AI professionals in films are women, study finds

Report says pattern seen in films such as Ex Machina risks contributing to lack of women in tech

13 February 2023, theguardian.com

Smash or pass? This computer can tell

Could an app tell if a first date is just not that into you? Engineers say the technology might not be far off. They trained a computer to identify the type of conversation two people were having based on their physiological responses alone.

13 February 2023, sciencedaily.com

ChatGPT is confronting, but humans have always adapted to new technology – ask the Mesopotamians, who invented writing

ChatGPT threatens to change writing as we know it. But the Mesopotamians, who lived 4,000 years ago in modern-day Iraq, went through this kind of seismic change before us, when they invented writing.

12 February 2023, theconversation.com

Early Warning: Changes in Speech May Be the First Sign of Parkinson’s Disease

Lithuanian researchers from Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) utilized AI to identify the early signs of Parkinson's disease using voice data. The diagnosis of Parkinson's disease has shaken many lives, with over 10 million people currently living with the condition.

12 February 2023, scitechdaily.com

Sexting chatbot ban points to looming battle over AI rules

Users of the Replika "virtual companion" just wanted company. Some of them wanted romantic relationships, sex chat, or even racy pictures of their chatbot.

12 February 2023, techxplore.com

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT’s Stunning Results on the US Medical Licensing Exam

The AI software was able to achieve passing scores for the exam, which usually requires years of medical training. OpenAI's ChatGPT can score at or around the approximately 60 percent passing threshold for the United States Medical Licensing Exam (US

12 February 2023, scitechdaily.com

Well, I never: AI is very proficient at designing nerve agents | John Naughton

Researchers for a pharmaceutical company stumbled upon a nightmarish realisation, proving there’s nothing intrinsically good about machine learning

11 February 2023, theguardian.com

New AI voice-cloning tools 'add fuel' to misinformation fire

In a video from a Jan. 25 news report, President Joe Biden talks about tanks. But a doctored version of the video has amassed hundred of thousands of views this week on social media, making it appear he gave a speech that attacks transgender people.

11 February 2023, techxplore.com

Quantum tunneling to boost memory consolidation in AI

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have made tremendous progress in the past few years including the recent launch of ChatGPT and art generators, but one thing that is still outstanding is an energy-efficient way to generate and store long- and short-term memories at a form factor that is comparable to a human brain.

10 February 2023, techxplore.com

Computer scientist discusses the pros and cons of ChatGPT

With its uncanny ability to mimic human language and reasoning, ChatGPT seems to herald a revolution in artificial intelligence. The nimble chatbot can conjure poems and essays, share recipes, translate languages, dispense advice, and tell jokes, among the endless applications users have tested since the Silicon Valley research lab OpenAI released the natural language-processing tool in November.

10 February 2023, techxplore.com

The Guardian view on ChatGPT search: exploiting wishful thinking | Editorial

Editorial: Hyping AI’s utility is part of a commercial push to get users to cede authority to machines

10 February 2023, theguardian.com

Opinion | How Will Humans and A.I. Get Along?

Readers express both fear and excitement about A.I.’s growing capabilities. Also: Slaughterhouse horrors; silencing filmmakers; what Manhattan needs.

10 February 2023, nytimes.com

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