r/technology • u/iraproulx • 15d ago
Artificial Intelligence Microsoft lays off entire AI ethics team while going all out on ChatGPT
r/technology • u/creaturefeature16 • 5d ago
Artificial Intelligence There's No Such Thing as Artificial Intelligence | The term breeds misunderstanding and helps its creators avoid culpability.
r/technology • u/jack_lafouine • 12h ago
Artificial Intelligence An AI researcher who has been warning about the technology for over 20 years says we should 'shut it all down,' and issue an 'indefinite and worldwide' ban.
r/technology • u/Parking_Attitude_519 • Jan 20 '23
Artificial Intelligence CEO of ChatGPT maker responds to schools' plagiarism concerns: 'We adapted to calculators and changed what we tested in math class'
r/technology • u/777fer • Jan 17 '23
Artificial Intelligence Conservatives Are Panicking About AI Bias, Think ChatGPT Has Gone 'Woke'
r/technology • u/SUPRVLLAN • Jan 23 '23
Artificial Intelligence ChatGPT passes MBA exam given by a Wharton professor.
r/technology • u/777fer • Feb 01 '23
Artificial Intelligence Meet OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, who learned to code at 8 and is a doomsday prepper with a stash of gold, guns, and gas masks
r/technology • u/Lakerlion • 3d ago
Artificial Intelligence The guy behind the viral fake photo of the Pope in a puffy coat says using AI to make images of celebrities 'might be the line' — and calls for greater regulation
r/technology • u/Don_Gato1 • 6h ago
Artificial Intelligence AI experts disown Musk-backed campaign citing their research
r/technology • u/chrisdh79 • Jan 04 '23
Artificial Intelligence NYC Bans Students and Teachers from Using ChatGPT | The machine learning chatbot is inaccessible on school networks and devices, due to "concerns about negative impacts on student learning," a spokesperson said.
r/technology • u/upyoars • Dec 28 '22
Artificial Intelligence Professor catches student cheating with ChatGPT: ‘I feel abject terror’
r/technology • u/777fer • Jan 04 '23
Artificial Intelligence Student Built App to Detect If ChatGPT Wrote Essays to Fight Plagiarism
r/technology • u/chrisdh79 • Jan 12 '23
Artificial Intelligence ‘My AI Is Sexually Harassing Me’: Replika Users Say the Chatbot Has Gotten Way Too Horny | For some longtime users of the chatbot, the app has gone from helpful companion to unbearably sexually aggressive.
r/technology • u/altmorty • Jan 25 '23
Artificial Intelligence ChatGPT bot passes US law school exam
r/technology • u/mossadnik • Feb 03 '23
Artificial Intelligence A Judge Just Used ChatGPT to Make a Court Decision - The case is the first time a court has admitted to using the AI text generator’s answers in a legal ruling.
r/technology • u/mankls3 • Jan 16 '23
Artificial Intelligence Alarmed by A.I. Chatbots, Universities Start Revamping How They Teach. With the rise of the popular new chatbot ChatGPT, colleges are restructuring some courses and taking preventive measures
r/technology • u/speckz • Mar 01 '23
Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence Is Dumb - Programs such as ChatGPT have been greeted with an unholy amount of hyperbole, but they just can’t live up to the hype.
r/technology • u/x0y1 • Jan 10 '23
Artificial Intelligence Microsoft’s new AI can simulate anyone’s voice with 3 seconds of audio Text-to-speech model can preserve speaker's emotional tone and acoustic environment.
r/technology • u/iingot • Jan 16 '23
Artificial Intelligence AI art tools Stable Diffusion and Midjourney targeted with copyright lawsuit
r/technology • u/Parking_Attitude_519 • Jan 23 '23
Artificial Intelligence Scores of Stanford students used ChatGPT on final exams
r/technology • u/timemagazine • Jan 18 '23
Artificial Intelligence Exclusive: OpenAI Used Kenyan Workers on Less Than $2 Per Hour to Make ChatGPT Less Toxic
r/technology • u/Melodic-Work7436 • 13d ago
Artificial Intelligence ‘We are a little bit scared’: OpenAI CEO warns of risks of artificial intelligence
r/technology • u/speckz • Jan 29 '23
Artificial Intelligence Watch Out, Software Engineers: ChatGPT Is Now Finding, Fixing Bugs in Code - A new study asks ChatGPT to find bugs in sample code and suggest a fix. It works better than existing programs, fixing 31 out of 40 bugs.
r/technology • u/mothybot • Feb 12 '23