When it comes to workplace bugbears, wasting time fruitlessly searching shared drives for a particular resource has to be up there. Yet would it not be easier to lighten the workload through an answer engine with a sprinkling of generative AI?
The past few years have seen an explosion in applications of artificial intelligence to creative fields. A new generation of image and text generators is delivering impressive results. Now AI has also found applications in music, too.
The Financial Times reports that Google has invested $300 million in one of the most buzzy OpenAI rivals, Anthropic.
Alphabet CEO says company well positioned in AI field, as analysts say ChatGPT has reached 100m users
Nvidia CSO David Reber argues that generative AI solutions like ChatGPT have turned cybersecurity into a 'cat and mouse' game.
We would like to speak to people from around the world who use ChatGPT for assistance at work, with creative projects, studies or just for fun
Even inside the company, the chatbot’s popularity has come as something of a shock.
Juan Manuel Padilla asked the AI tool how laws applied in case of autistic boy’s medical funding, while also using precedent to support his decision
How to acquire the skills no machine can have.
Google is one of a number of companies getting involved in AI music-generation.
A judge in Colombia caused a stir by announcing he had used the AI chatbot ChatGPT in preparing a ruling in a children's medical rights case.
A NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (StratCom COE) report has warned many of the artificial intelligence (AI) tools used to monitor social media posts are too literal and struggle to detect subtle hostile messaging and misinformation.
Google’s parent company reported its fourth consecutive drop in quarterly profit, weeks after culling 6 percent of its work force to cut costs.
Unprecedented take-up may make AI chatbot the fastest growing consumer internet app ever, analysts say
Humans are less forgiving of robots after multiple mistakes—and the trust is difficult to get back, according to a new University of Michigan study.
Deepfakes could "shatter" moviegoers' trust and lead to big job cuts in the film industry.
A team of computer scientists from Google, DeepMind, ETHZ, Princeton University and the University of California, Berkeley, has found that AI-based image generation systems can sometimes generate copies of images used to train them. The group has published a paper describing testing of several image generation software systems on the arXiv preprint server.
Findings could introduce new and accurate AI-based opportunities in the clinical setting, potentially leading to personalized treatments for patients with otherwise lethal forms of cancer. Scientists at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the Un