The Guardian’s GPT-3-generated article is everything wrong with AI media hype

The Guardian today published an article purportedly written "entirely" by OpenAI's GPT-3. But the the newspaper's grand claims aren't all they seem.

08 September 2020, thenextweb.com

Brazil sees minor improvement in Global Innovation Index

The country climbs four positions in relation to 2019 but is still far from the position it reached nearly a decade ago.

08 September 2020, zdnet.com

Google blames faulty algorithm for blurring Hong Kong protest graffiti on Street View

Google blamed its automated systems for obfuscating a banned political slogan and a call for Xi Jinping's death on the Street View map of Hong Kong.

08 September 2020, thenextweb.com


Lidar sensor manufacturer Ouster raises $42 million

Ouster, which develops low-cost lidar sensors for autonomous vehicles, robots, and more, has raised $44 million in fresh capital.

08 September 2020, venturebeat.com

Microsoft: Here's why you can't uninstall our Edge browser

Microsoft lets Windows 10 users know why they can't uninstall the Microsoft Edge browser, again.

08 September 2020, zdnet.com

Self-driving Indy race cars to compete for glory

A new competition pits engineering squads in the task of designing the ultimate high-speed controls architecture.

08 September 2020, zdnet.com


This new browser feature makes it easier for you to take a break from the internet

Chromium-based Vivaldi browser adds a new 'break mode' to help you switch off or hide sensitive info when interrupted.

08 September 2020, zdnet.com

A robot wrote this entire article. Does that scare you, human? | GPT-3

We asked GPT-3, OpenAI’s powerful new language generator, to write an essay for us from scratch. The assignment? To convince us robots come in peace

08 September 2020, theguardian.com

Over 80,000 Australian citizenship ceremonies conducted online since March

Run rate to the end of July was over 800 people becoming Australian citizen via video conferencing each day.

08 September 2020, zdnet.com


Identification of molecular quantum states using phase-sensitive forces

The identification of molecular quantum states becomes challenging with increasing complexity of the molecular level structure. Here, the authors non-destructively identified excited molecular states of the $${{\rm{N}}}_{2}^{+}$$ N 2 + by interfering forces applied to both the molecular ion and to a co-trapped atomic ion.

08 September 2020, nature.com

Scientists demonstrate first ‘plug and play’ brain prosthesis in a paralyzed person

The participant used the system to control a cursor on a screen using just their brain, and without requiring extensive daily recalibrating of the AI.

07 September 2020, thenextweb.com

Building Wakanda

The Black Panther presents a vision of technology that benefits humanity and resists oppression. Technologists are building in that spirit today.

07 September 2020, venturebeat.com


Contact-tracing: Data shows apps can help in fight against COVID, say researchers

The team behind Switzerland's SwissCovid app have shown promising results for the tool.

07 September 2020, zdnet.com

Robots to be used in UK care homes to help reduce loneliness

Machines can hold simple conversations and have been found to improve mental health

07 September 2020, theguardian.com

This AI analyzes placentas to predict complications in the next pregnancy

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have used machine learning to analyze placenta samples for signs of health risks in future pregnancies.

07 September 2020, thenextweb.com


Here are the biased algorithms the UK government uses to make high-level decisions

The recent use of an algorithm to calculate the graduating grades of secondary school students in England provoked so much public anger at its perceived unfairness that it’s widely become known as the “A-levels fiasco.” As a result of the outrage – a

07 September 2020, thenextweb.com

Assessment of dysplasia in bone marrow smear with convolutional neural network

Delivering the potential of artificial intelligence in clinical decision-making will require testing interventions in well-designed randomized clinical trials and reporting these results in a standardized and transparent fashion.

07 September 2020, nature.com

Population sequencing enhances understanding of tea plant evolution

Tea is an important beverage crop with a large and heterozygous genome. Here, the authors assemble the genome of the cultivar Longjing 43 and conduct a population genetics study to reveal divergent selection for disease resistance and flavor between the two variety groups.

07 September 2020, nature.com


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