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AI Trained on Baby's Experiences Yields Clues to How We Learn Language
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AI Trained on Baby's Experiences Yields Clues to How We Learn Language

Researchers at New York University found that a simple AI program could learn basic elements of language from the sensory input of a child's experience.

How To Talk To An AI
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How To Talk To An AI

An ordinary human's guide to getting extraordinary results from a chatbot like ChatGPT.

Behind the AI Boom, an Army of Overseas Workers in 'Digital Sweatshops'
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Behind the AI Boom, an Army of Overseas Workers in 'Digital Sweatshops'

More than 2 million people in the Philippines perform "crowdwork," according to informal government estimates, as part of AI's vast underbelly.

ChatGPT Leans Liberal
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ChatGPT Leans Liberal

Research by scientists at the U.K.'s University of East Anglia suggests OpenAI's ChatGPT has a liberal slant.

California Just Opened the Floodgates for Self-Driving Cars
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California Just Opened the Floodgates for Self-Driving Cars

After a state regulatory board ruling, San Francisco will have 24/7 robotaxis on its streets.

Zoom's Privacy Tweaks Stoke Fears Its Calls Will Be Used to Train AI
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Zoom's Privacy Tweaks Stoke Fears Its Calls Will Be Used to Train AI

Zoom also said that "notwithstanding" the uses outlined in its rules, it "will not use audio, video or chat Customer Content" to train AI without consent

Meet the Hackers Who Are Trying to Make AI Go Rogue
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Meet the Hackers Who Are Trying to Make AI Go Rogue

Chatbots can be biased, deceptive or even dangerous. Hackers are competing to figure out exactly how.

Employees Want ChatGPT at Work. Bosses Worry They'll Spill Secrets
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Employees Want ChatGPT at Work. Bosses Worry They'll Spill Secrets

Some corporate leaders have banned the use of generative artificial intelligence tools over concerns about exposing sensitive company and customer information. ...

 FTC Investigating Whether ChatGPT Harms Consumers
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FTC Investigating Whether ChatGPT Harms Consumers

The agency's demand for OpenAI's documents about AI risks mark the company's greatest U.S. regulatory threat to date.

They Helped Train Google's AI. Then They Got Fired After Speaking Out
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They Helped Train Google's AI. Then They Got Fired After Speaking Out

Google contract workers employed by Appen alleged Wednesday that they were fired after raising concerns about AI and their working conditions.

AI Chatbots Lose Money Every Time You Use Them. That's a Problem
From ACM News

AI Chatbots Lose Money Every Time You Use Them. That's a Problem

The cost of operating the systems is so high that companies aren't deploying their best versions to the public.

All The Unexpected Ways ChatGPT is Infiltrating Students' Lives
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All The Unexpected Ways ChatGPT is Infiltrating Students' Lives

Far beyond cheating, artificial intelligence is changing the way some students learn and live.

See Why AI Like ChatGPT Has Gotten So Good, So Fast
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See Why AI Like ChatGPT Has Gotten So Good, So Fast

We asked three AI systems to generate content using the same prompt. The results illustrate how quickly the technology has advanced.

ChatGPT Maker OpenAI Calls for AI Regulation, Warning of 'Existential Risk'
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ChatGPT Maker OpenAI Calls for AI Regulation, Warning of 'Existential Risk'

The statement echoed the comments of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman to Congress last week, where he testified to the need for a separate regulatory body.

At G-7 Summit, Leaders Call for International Standards on AI
From ACM TechNews

At G-7 Summit, Leaders Call for International Standards on AI

World leaders at the Group of Seven summit in Japan called for the development of international standards to limit the potential damage from rapid innovations in...
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