Opinion | What I’m Thinking About at the End of 2022

Ezra Klein responds to listeners’ questions.

16 December 2022, nytimes.com

Biggest science news stories of 2022 as chosen by New Scientist

Nuclear fusion, infectious diseases and an incredible new space telescope were ongoing stories in 2022, but what were some of the other big scientific developments, discoveries and events of the year?

16 December 2022, newscientist.com

MoMA’s Daydream of Progress

An artist’s A.I. turns thousands of works from the museum’s collection into a cheerful vision of the next avant-garde. Will “Unsupervised” help MoMA stay relevant?

15 December 2022, nytimes.com

How the U.S. Census Bureau’s work to improve data privacy can be a lesson for enterprises

Government agencies like the U.S. Census Bureau are taking a closer look at their data privacy practices and responsibilities.

15 December 2022, venturebeat.com

Implementing AI during a worldwide talent shortage

Upskilling and investing in education are two ways to address the IT talent shortage, which is exacerbated by rapidly evolving AI models.

15 December 2022, venturebeat.com

Opinion | Why Moviegoers Are Now Staying Home

Readers discuss several reasons for the decline of moviegoing. Also: Elon Musk and Twitter; women’s health care; chatbot pitfalls.

15 December 2022, nytimes.com

Opinion | Will ChatGPT Make Me Irrelevant?

Artificial intelligence works magic but at a price: our pride of ownership and sense of purpose.

15 December 2022, nytimes.com

Stability AI to honor artist opt-out requests for Stable Diffusion 3

Stability AI says it will honor artist requests to opt-out of Stable Diffusion 3 training. Will it matter, for artists or the AI model?

15 December 2022, venturebeat.com

The dawn of AI has come, and its implications for education couldn't be more significant

The release of OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot has given us a glimpse into the future of teaching and learning alongside artificial intelligence.

15 December 2022, techxplore.com

New AI technology to measure the noisiness of upstairs neighbors

Some people can't sleep well because of the noise from above: Noisy upstairs neighbors. In South Korea, these sleepless nights happen in many places because of the noise from upstairs neighbors. Living in the apartment units means dealing with a level of noise from the neighborhood on a daily basis.

15 December 2022, techxplore.com

Large language models broaden AI’s reach in industry and enterprises

LLM neural networks have been quietly expanding AI’s impact in healthcare, gaming, finance, robotics, and other fields and functions.

15 December 2022, venturebeat.com

As Google weighs in on ChatGPT, You.com enters the AI chat

People may be talking about what ChatGPT means for Google search, but You.com is making its own generative AI search moves.

15 December 2022, venturebeat.com

Automotive will surpass wireless in driving chip demand for first time | KPMG

Semiconductor executives foresee the automotive industry becoming the No. 1 driver for chip demand, surpassing wireless chips.

15 December 2022, venturebeat.com

ArtStation backlash increases following AI art protest response

Art showcase platform ArtStation has provoked further backlash following its response to a protest over AI-generated images.

How AI security enhances detection and analytics for today’s sophisticated cyberthreats

AI security assists businesses in improving their security posture by enhancing the speed and accuracy of their response to cyberthreats.

15 December 2022, venturebeat.com

Opinion | A.I. Will Change Education. Don’t Let It Worsen Inequality.

It can be a learning tool for schools with enough teachers and resources to use it well.

15 December 2022, nytimes.com

The dawn of AI has come, and its implications for education couldn't be more significant

AI models can now produce meaningful responses to exam and assignment questions. We’ll have to embrace them if we want the next few years to go smoothly.

15 December 2022, theconversation.com

Team develops image deep learning technology to present VR and AR screens more vividly and realistically

Professor Jin Kyong-hwan's research team of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST) has developed image processing deep learning technology that reduces memory speed and increases resolution by 3dB compared to existing technologies.

14 December 2022, techxplore.com

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