It is connected to the live internet, but this AI tool seems trained to give the least insightful answers
For every problem you can think of, someone is out there pitching a solution that involves artificial intelligence. AI could help solve such intractable problems as climate change and dangerous work conditions, the technology's most eager boosters promise.
Codium AI released a beta version of its generative AI-powered code-integrity solution, TestGPT, to assist developers in testing their code.
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GitHub is introducing Copilot X, adopting the latest OpenAI GPT-4 model and expanding Copilot's capabilities with chat and pull requests.
What we might loosely refer to as artificial intelligence (AI) has become a part of our daily lives, from mobile phone voice assistants to self-driving cars. That said, many of the tools and technologies we refer to as AI, while seemingly intelligent are actually computer algorithms trained on large amounts of data to perform in a certain way.
Researchers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG), and the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a novel method for evaluating the interpretability of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, opening the door to greater transparency and trust in AI-driven diagnostic and predictive tools.
It's no secret that OpenAI's ChatGPT has some incredible capabilities—for instance, the chatbot can write poetry that resembles Shakespearean sonnets or debug code for a computer program. These abilities are made possible by the massive machine-learning model that ChatGPT is built upon.
Google on Tuesday invited people in the United States and Britain to test its AI chatbot, known as Bard, as it continues on its gradual path to catch up with Microsoft-backed ChatGPT.
Search giant Baidu's lackluster unveiling of its chatbot exposed gaps in China's race to rival ChatGPT, as censorship and a US squeeze on chip imports have hamstrung the country's artificial intelligence ambitions.
How do you protect people using new technology when it can radically change from one day to the next?
Researchers have demonstrated a caterpillar-like soft robot that can move forward, backward and dip under narrow spaces. The caterpillar-bot's movement is driven by a novel pattern of silver nanowires that use heat to control the way the robot bends, allowing users to steer the robot in either direction.
Scientists have developed fully biodegradable, high-performance artificial muscles. Their research project marks another step towards green technology becoming a lasting trend in the field of soft robotics.
At GTC 2023, Nvidia announced innovations to democratize access to tools capable of building generative AI applications like ChatGPT.
I just saw magic, and it’s the future.
Google has opened access to Bard, its experimental text-based service that lets you collaborate with generative AI.
To protect privacy in our homes we may build fences, grow shrubs, hang curtains and install security cameras.
Google and Microsoft are on a mission to remove the drudgery from computing, by bringing next-generation AI tools as add-ons to existing services.