Nobody actually knows what will come of AI. But we can console ourselves with the knowledge that nobody has ever really known anything about the future.
From cosmetic procedures to heart operations, the introduction of AI will create an ethical minefield.
Neuroscientist and author Bobby Azarian explores the idea that the Universe is a self-organizing system that evolves and learns.
From gene expression to protein design, large language models are creating a suite of powerful genomic tools.
Who’s afraid of utopia? AI doubters have cold feet. History can warm them.
While many imagine terrifying futures run by AI, Rohit Krishnan is quietly identifying real problems and solutions.
Fear of technology is not new. But we misunderstand its origin. In reality, we don't fear technology but each other.
Science fiction movies capture a classic human flaw: getting the future mostly wrong.
Large language models are an impressive advance in AI, but we are far away from achieving human-level capabilities.
A panel of healthcare professionals much preferred responses that came from the chatbot in a recent study.
As the stream of AI-generated art turns into a deluge, NFTs could become a cornerstone of the Virtual Renaissance.
The future of healthcare may bring powerful collaborations between AI and medical professionals.
It can write 5-minute songs based on short text prompts.
Robots must identify themselves.
“All the plausible paths to a really great future, involve the development of machine superintelligence at some point.”
We do not need to pause AI research. But we do need a pause on the public release of these tools until we can determine how to deal with them.
Just like with AI, people worried about job security and the spread of disinformation. Machines were destroyed and book merchants were chased out of town.
The biggest lingering question about GPT-4 isn't if it's going to destroy jobs or take over the world. Instead, it is this: Do we trust AI programmers to tell society what is true?
When someone attempts to make you afraid of something that hasn't happened instead of a true, present danger, suspect this nefarious ploy.
A new AI lie detector can dive into their hidden thoughts and reveal “what language models truly believe about the world.”
To what extent will our psychological vulnerabilities shape our interactions with emerging technologies?
Some would say AI is immortal and all-knowing — Godlike, even.
It’s far less likely to wander into bizarre lies, emotional rants, and manipulative tangents.
Virtually anyone can now create convincing deepfakes. That doesn't mean you should.