Marcus Byrne’s household appliances mirror the Spanish architect’s colourful style
Thanks in part to AI, students will no longer have to wax lyrical about struggles and achievements to secure a university place
A roundup of the top 5 stories this week, including AI at CES and coming soon to Microsoft Office, and security advice from AWS.
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
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.
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.
A new study by scientists at Stanford University, Georgetown University, and OpenAI show impact LLMs can have on manipulating public opinion.
AutoML can't define and automatically solve statements. But, it can solve pre-defined statements with relevant data and features.
Bill Gates has given his verdict on some of tech’s biggest buzzwords – and proffered that while the metaverse is lukewarm, AI is ‘quite revolutionary.’
Company culture is a primary obstacle to AI adoption. Advice from experts on how to change culture to welcome AI into your business.
Could the new and wildly popular chatbot ChatGPT convincingly produce fake abstracts that fool scientists into thinking those studies are the real thing?
There were key AI startup acquisitions this week, as well as new funding in a variety of sectors. Here are six companies that made headlines.
Ask the AI program a question, as millions have in recent weeks, and it will do its best to respond
AI tool is capable of producing high-quality essays with minimal human input
The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), also known as the China Sky Eye, is the world's largest single-dish radio telescope. Its reflector is a partial sphere of radius R=300 m. The planar partial spherical cap of the reflector has a diameter of 519.
2022 was a great year for generative AI. 2023 got a big start as Google introduced its latest text-to-image model, Muse, earlier this month.
For at least a decade, researchers have speculated that sex with robots is just around the corner and yet that is yet to materialise
Got It AI said it has developed AI to identify and address ChatGPT "hallucinations" for enterprise applications.