Microsoft announced the general availability of Azure OpenAI Service, which allows businesses to power their apps with large-scale AI models.
Singer-songwriter dissects lyrics produced by popular chatbot, saying it is ‘a grotesque mockery of what it is to be human’
A tool called GPTZero can identify whether text was produced by a chatbot, which could help teachers tell if students are getting AI to help with their homework
Unmanned aerial vehicles, drones, are no longer a surprise to passers-by during events or on a sunny afternoon in the city center. Drones, which have long been used in warfare, are now popular not only with professional and amateur filmmakers but also with researchers.
Any organization that uses or develops AI should focus on their AI governance practices, lest they put their business and customers at risk.
Stability AI and Midjourney were hit with a copyright infringement lawsuit, while OpenAI and DeepMind are signaling generative AI caution.
Deakin University’s Sally Brandon says technology ‘not going away’ as educators strive to adapt to use of software such as ChatGPT
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
To understand the potential for machine learning to transform medicine, we must go back to the controversial origins of data use in healthcare
GitHub Next has unveiled a project called Code Brushes which uses machine learning to update code “like painting with Photoshop”.
With the rise of the popular new chatbot ChatGPT, colleges are restructuring some courses and taking preventive measures.
The horror movie’s hi-tech star may be fiction, but concerns over the human relationship with AI are real
How AI can spur efficiency and productivity, prevent human error and protect the supply chain from future crises.
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.
The greatest threat AI may present is its ability to replace humans in lobbying.
Advances in machine learning can identify causalities and correlations to help recruiters and job seekers find successful matches.