Opinion | In the Age of A.I., Major in Being Human

How to acquire the skills no machine can have.

03 February 2023, nytimes.com

Text-to-audio generation is here. One of the next big AI disruptions could be in the music industry

Google is one of a number of companies getting involved in AI music-generation.

02 February 2023, theconversation.com

Colombian judge uses ChatGPT in ruling

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.

02 February 2023, techxplore.com

Subtle hostile social media messaging is being missed by artificial intelligence tools

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.

02 February 2023, techxplore.com

Alphabet’s Profit Falls 34% Amid Ads Slowdown

Google’s parent company reported its fourth consecutive drop in quarterly profit, weeks after culling 6 percent of its work force to cut costs.

02 February 2023, nytimes.com

ChatGPT reaches 100 million users two months after launch

Unprecedented take-up may make AI chatbot the fastest growing consumer internet app ever, analysts say

02 February 2023, theguardian.com

How robots can regain the trust of humans after making mistakes

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.

02 February 2023, techxplore.com

Deepfakes could create audience trust issues, expert says

Deepfakes could "shatter" moviegoers' trust and lead to big job cuts in the film industry.

02 February 2023, techxplore.com

Testing shows AI-based image generation systems can sometimes generate copies of trainer data

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.

02 February 2023, techxplore.com

Cancer Scientists Develop Powerful AI Algorithm To Help Tackle Deadly Glioblastoma

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

02 February 2023, scitechdaily.com

Microsoft gives businesses a GPT boost in Teams and Viva Sales

A week after announcing it would "extend" its partnership with OpenAI, Microsoft is already giving business productivity a GPT-powered boost.

02 February 2023, venturebeat.com

Innovations in spend management: Insights and actionability are key to supporting customers

The way we spend online is evolving, and consumers deserve evolved tools to help them better manage it.

02 February 2023, venturebeat.com

How AI-assisted app from Pfizer and Ada Health aims to help COVID sufferers

Ada Health has partnered with Pfizer on an AI-assisted app to help COVID sufferers get the right treatment as quickly as possible.

02 February 2023, venturebeat.com

ChatGPT is great – you're just using it wrong

ChatGPT and other AI chatbots are remarkably good at answering your questions. Just don’t take the answers seriously. Sometimes, though, potentially fact-free answers are just fine.

02 February 2023, theconversation.com

Seeing is believing? Global scramble to tackle deepfakes

Chatbots spouting falsehoods, face-swapping apps crafting porn videos and cloned voices defrauding companies of millions—the scramble is on to rein in AI deepfakes that have become a misinformation super spreader.

02 February 2023, techxplore.com

Robot: I'm sorry. Human: I don't care anymore!

Humans are less forgiving of robots after multiple mistakes -- and the trust is difficult to get back, according to a new study.

02 February 2023, sciencedaily.com

ChatGPT: the promises, pitfalls and panic

The excitement around ChatGPT—an easy to use AI chatbot that can deliver an essay or computer code upon request and within seconds—has sent schools into panic and turned Big Tech green with envy.

01 February 2023, techxplore.com

OpenAI to Offer New Version of ChatGPT for a $20 Monthly Fee

The San Francisco artificial intelligence lab has seen overwhelming interest in its chatbot since it was released in November.

01 February 2023, nytimes.com

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