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How Is History Shaping My Ph.D. Research? Unexpectedly!
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How Is History Shaping My Ph.D. Research? Unexpectedly!

Unexpected events can be viewed as good opportunities to gain new insights about a research topic.

ChatGPT Helps or Hurts our Cybersecurity?
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ChatGPT Helps or Hurts our Cybersecurity?

The specter is that when fully mature, this technology would be able to generate undetectable attacks and the defenders will be constantly fighting these fires....

What Can the FATE Community Learn from the Successes and Failures in Privacy?
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What Can the FATE Community Learn from the Successes and Failures in Privacy?

There are many similarities between FATE (Fairness, Accountability, Transparency, Ethics) and privacy, and I believe that there are a lot of lessons that the FATE...

A Year Embedded in the Crypto-NFT Space
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A Year Embedded in the Crypto-NFT Space

From digital ownership to artistic communities.

The Imperativity of Algorithms
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The Imperativity of Algorithms

The important named algorithms that we call upon deserve a robust ontology.

Automatic Language Translation Still Unsatisfactory
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Automatic Language Translation Still Unsatisfactory

Google Translate and DeepL Translate still have trouble recognizing the second person singular and plural and the polite form, even in very simple sentences.

The Sparks of AGI? Or the End of Science?
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The Sparks of AGI? Or the End of Science?

Marching into the future with an obstructed view.

Teaching Data Science Research Methods to Human Resources Practitioners: Part Three
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Teaching Data Science Research Methods to Human Resources Practitioners: Part Three

How we took advantage of students' expertise in the application domain component of data science.

Artificial Intelligence Without Real Intelligence?
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Artificial Intelligence Without Real Intelligence?

Do the programs understand what they write?

AI in the Public Interest: Education and Democracy
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AI in the Public Interest: Education and Democracy

Now is a critical time to vigorously pursue public interests in education and to avoid a slippery slide into yielding public governance to an entirely private market...

Why Businesses Must Untether Deep Learning
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Why Businesses Must Untether Deep Learning

Deep learning only took a few years to make the leap from another theoretical piece of future-tech to a very real tool that's already making an impact on the business...

GPT-4's Successes, and GPT-4's Failures
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GPT-4's Successes, and GPT-4's Failures

How GPT-4 fits into the larger tapestry of the quest for artificial general intelligence.

Teaching Data Science Research Methods to Human Resources Practitioners: Part Two
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Teaching Data Science Research Methods to Human Resources Practitioners: Part Two

"When I heard we will be learning Python, I became anxious."

Cybersecurity Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs
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Cybersecurity Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

Preventing unauthorized access or misuse of confidential data.

Twiddler: Configurability for Me, but Not for Thee
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Twiddler: Configurability for Me, but Not for Thee

Online platform businesses have a distinctly more abusive and sinister character than brick-and-mortar retail chains.

The Urgency of the Technological, Geopolitical, and Sustainability Races
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The Urgency of the Technological, Geopolitical, and Sustainability Races

The HiPEAC Vision 2023.

Enabling AI Projects In An Enterprise
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Enabling AI Projects In An Enterprise

Identifying the development behaviors that have the highest chance of success for artificial intelligence efforts.

Serendipity: When Research in One Area Leads to a Positive Result in Another
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Serendipity: When Research in One Area Leads to a Positive Result in Another

A problem of the extremely optimal family of circulant graphs: when research in one scientific field gives an unexpected result in another.

Teaching Data Science Research Methods to Human Resources Practitioners: Part One
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Teaching Data Science Research Methods to Human Resources Practitioners: Part One

The challenge was to teach data science concepts to students who have gaps in their computer science background and are experts in human resources management and...

How Not to Test GPT-3
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How Not to Test GPT-3

Why doing psychology on large language models is harder than you might think.
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