Lecturer detects bot use in one-fifth of assessments as concerns mount over AI in exams

Deakin University’s Sally Brandon says technology ‘not going away’ as educators strive to adapt to use of software such as ChatGPT

16 January 2023, theguardian.com

Portraits to go and prose like Tim Winton: ChatGPT and the rise of AI

AI expert Prof Toby Walsh speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates about the new wave of artificial intelligence and the fear and fascination it has created

16 January 2023, theguardian.com

From a 'deranged' provocateur to IBM's failed AI superproject: the controversial story of how data has transformed healthcare

To understand the potential for machine learning to transform medicine, we must go back to the controversial origins of data use in healthcare

16 January 2023, theconversation.com

GitHub Code Brushes uses ML to update code ‘like painting with Photoshop’

GitHub Next has unveiled a project called Code Brushes which uses machine learning to update code “like painting with Photoshop”.

Alarmed by A.I. Chatbots, Universities Start Revamping How They Teach

With the rise of the popular new chatbot ChatGPT, colleges are restructuring some courses and taking preventive measures.

16 January 2023, nytimes.com

How soon will M3gan become reality? Robot ethicists weigh in

The horror movie’s hi-tech star may be fiction, but concerns over the human relationship with AI are real

16 January 2023, theguardian.com

How AI can mitigate supply chain issues

How AI can spur efficiency and productivity, prevent human error and protect the supply chain from future crises.

15 January 2023, venturebeat.com

AI, do my homework! How ChatGPT pitted teachers against tech

Know-it-all chatbots landed with a bang last year, convincing one engineer that machines had become sentient, spreading panic that industries could be wiped out, and creating fear of a cheating epidemic in schools and universities.

15 January 2023, techxplore.com

Opinion | How ChatGPT Hijacks Democracy

The greatest threat AI may present is its ability to replace humans in lobbying.

15 January 2023, nytimes.com

How machine learning can help alleviate the U.S. labor shortage

Advances in machine learning can identify causalities and correlations to help recruiters and job seekers find successful matches.

14 January 2023, venturebeat.com

Modern gadgets in the style of Gaudí – in pictures

Marcus Byrne’s household appliances mirror the Spanish architect’s colourful style

14 January 2023, theguardian.com

What’s the point of personal statements when ChatGPT can say it so much better? | Tim Adams

Thanks in part to AI, students will no longer have to wax lyrical about struggles and achievements to secure a university place

14 January 2023, theguardian.com

Top 5 stories of the week: ChatGPT, CES and cybersecurity advice from AWS

A roundup of the top 5 stories this week, including AI at CES and coming soon to Microsoft Office, and security advice from AWS.

14 January 2023, venturebeat.com

Is this by Rothko or a robot? We ask the experts to tell the difference between human and AI art

An art historian, a critic and a gallerist are tasked with guessing whether a piece is by an important artist or a clever bot. It turns out it’s harder than it looks

14 January 2023, theguardian.com

OpenAI, creator of ChatGPT, casts spell on Microsoft

The hottest startup in Silicon Valley right now is OpenAI, the Microsoft-backed developer of ChatGPT, a much-hyped chatbot that can write a poem, college essay or even a line of software code.

14 January 2023, techxplore.com

'Artificial intuition' delivers better answers to thorny parking-lot optimization problem

Assessing the optimal location for parking lots is surprisingly mathematically challenging, and a subset of a classic computational complexity problem with far wider applications. A team of data scientists has combined quantum annealing with a process that attempts to mimic the underlying processes of human intuition in a technique that delivers a solution accuracy that's far superior to conventional approaches.

13 January 2023, techxplore.com

OpenAI, Georgetown, Stanford study finds LLMs can boost public opinion manipulation

A new study by scientists at Stanford University, Georgetown University, and OpenAI show impact LLMs can have on manipulating public opinion.

13 January 2023, venturebeat.com

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