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ChatGPT Can Improve Education, not Threaten It
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ChatGPT Can Improve Education, not Threaten It

A professor explains why he is allowing students to incorporate ChatGPT into their writing process instead of banning it.

Section 230 Has to Go
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Section 230 Has to Go

The Internet is a toxic waste dump.

Let Section 230 Stay
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Let Section 230 Stay

Removing immunity for algorithmic recommendations would make it nearly impossible for social media platforms as we know them to function.

Mr. President, Healthcare Has a Data Problem
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Mr. President, Healthcare Has a Data Problem

The U.S. healthcare system is plagued by inefficiencies, in part due to deficiencies of health data interoperability between electronic health records and other...

What Is Wrong with ChatGPT?
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What Is Wrong with ChatGPT?

AI is being designed and deployed by corporate America in ways that will disempower and displace workers and degrade the consumer experience.

U.S. Science and Technology Offer Hope for the Future
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U.S. Science and Technology Offer Hope for the Future

The scientific advances announced in recent months are thrilling, capable of sustaining our economic and military competitiveness for decades to come.

Stop Passing the Buck on Cybersecurity
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Stop Passing the Buck on Cybersecurity

Why companies must build safety into tech products.

Machines Learn Better if We Teach Them the Basics
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Machines Learn Better if We Teach Them the Basics

A wave of research improves reinforcement learning algorithms by pre-training them as if they were human.

ChatGPT: Five Priorities for Research
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ChatGPT: Five Priorities for Research

Conversational AI is a game-changer for science; here's how to respond.

"Conversational" AI Is Really Bad at Conversations
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"Conversational" AI Is Really Bad at Conversations

Conversation without change is just a five-finger exercise.

Yann LeCun: ChatGPT 'Not Particularly Innovative'
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Yann LeCun: ChatGPT 'Not Particularly Innovative'

Deep learning pioneer says many research labs are using the same techniques and doing the same kind of work.

The Computer Scientist Who Finds Life Lessons in Games
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The Computer Scientist Who Finds Life Lessons in Games

In Shang-Hua Teng's work, theoretical and practical questions have long been intertwined. Now he's turning his focus to the impractical.

How ChatGPT Could Revolutionize Education
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How ChatGPT Could Revolutionize Education

Could an AI chatbot change learning forever?

At the Boundary of Machine and Mind
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At the Boundary of Machine and Mind

An interview with researcher Linus Lee.

The Economy Is Down, but AI Is Hot
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The Economy Is Down, but AI Is Hot

Where do we go from here?

It Is Time to Have a Group Chat about AI
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It Is Time to Have a Group Chat about AI

We need to seriously consider how to regulate the use of AI—long before it can replace the functions of tens of millions to billions of people.

An AI Bill of Rights
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An AI Bill of Rights

Suresh Venkatasubramanian, professor of Computer Science and Data Science at Brown University, discusses the "Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights" and more.

Human Values for Artificial Intelligence
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Human Values for Artificial Intelligence

We must act now to ensure that AI's development is guided by human-centric principles.

The Battle Over Women's Data
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The Battle Over Women's Data

In a post-Roe world, bodily autonomy must include control over personal data.

U.K. Online Safety Bill Is Doomed to Fail
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U.K. Online Safety Bill Is Doomed to Fail

Draft legislation suffers from mission creep, internal contradictions, and a dire lack of clear definitions.
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