The minds behind AI are speaking out about its potential dangers

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By Lionel BONAVENTURE / AFP More and more executives, engineers and other specialists in new technologies are raising concerns about the phenomenal progress made in recent months by artificial intelligence, particularly in the development of tools such as the chatbot-style text generator ChatGPT and the image creation service Midjourney. So are those speaking out just killjoys, or are they important whistleblowers? More and more executives, engineers and other specialists in new technologies are raising concerns about the phenomenal progress made in recent months by artificial intelligence, pa… Read More “The minds behind AI are speaking out about its potential dangers”

The Top 10 Most Popular Stocks Among Politicians

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It’s no secret that politicians love to invest in stocks. In fact, many politicians are frequent traders despite their busy schedules. At one time, lawmakers’ trades were not open to public scrutiny, but that changed with the passage of the STOCK Act in 2012. Lawmakers now must publicly and quickly disclose their stock trades. If you are planning to invest in stocks, knowing where politicians are putting their money could help. Let’s take a look at the top 10 most popular stocks among politicians. Top 10 Popular Stocks Among Politicians10. JPMorgan ChaseFounded in 1968 and headquartered in New… Read More “The Top 10 Most Popular Stocks Among Politicians”

How AI could soon be rewriting text messages for you

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By FabrikaCr / Getty Images Generative artificial intelligence could soon make it possible to create custom text messages in Google Messages, in a tone to suit your mood or even in poetic form. Generative artificial intelligence could soon make it possible to create custom text messages in Google Messages, in a tone to suit your mood or even in poetic form. The 9To5Google connection reports that this new feature, called “Magic Compose,” could soon be integrated into Google Messages. The function makes it possible to rewrite messages in a tone to suit the user’s mood, or even in a more poetic way,… Read More “How AI could soon be rewriting text messages for you”

DODGE HORNET: THE HYPED-UP HYBRID HATCH THAT HAULS

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The new Dodge Hornet is out of place. In a showroom of burly muscle cars (and one SUV) all offering that satisfying power and attitude of a cast-iron, pushrod Hemi V8 engine, the Italian-built Hornet stands to offer half the cylinder count, and is the shape of an angry jelly bean in contrast to its broad-shouldered full-sized stablemates, also angry. It’s a salad at a Texas BBQ food truck. But, as is the purpose of the humble salad, every brand needs a good palette cleanser to go with the savory brisket. And there’s been pent up demand for one, too. When the new Dodge Hornet was officially rev… Read More “DODGE HORNET: THE HYPED-UP HYBRID HATCH THAT HAULS”

Steve Wozniak says AI could make it easier to be scammed

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Steve Wozniak says artificial intelligence could make it easier to be scammed. The Apple co-founder is concerned about the widespread roll-out of AI through services like ChatGPT because of the way it can be manipulated by “the bad players”. The 72-year-old tech entrepreneur told BBC News: “AI is so intelligent it’s open to the bad players, the ones that want to trick you about who they are.” Steve admitted that “we can’t stop technology” but ought to be mindful about the horrors it can lead to like leaving us more vulnerable to fraud and personal data theft. Tim Cook, the current head of the … Read More “Steve Wozniak says AI could make it easier to be scammed”

Pearson integration of AI appears to excite investors as share price rises

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By Abby Wallace Educational publisher Pearson is embedding AI across its products as the AI race heats up and the technology encroaches on the edtech sector. The London-based publisher said on Tuesday that projects to embed generative artificial intelligence (AI) technology — meaning tools which can create new content from large data sets — were already “well underway.” “As generative AI develops, we expect it to create significant positive opportunities for Pearson, due to our unrivalled depth of content and data,” said chief executive, Andy Bird. “Learners and educators place enormous trust … Read More “Pearson integration of AI appears to excite investors as share price rises”

AI could replace 80% of jobs ‘in next few years’: expert

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By MAURO PIMENTEL / AFP Artificial intelligence could replace 80 percent of human jobs in the coming years — but that’s a good thing, says US-Brazilian researcher Ben Goertzel, a leading AI guru. Artificial intelligence could replace 80 percent of human jobs in the coming years — but that’s a good thing, says US-Brazilian researcher Ben Goertzel, a leading AI guru. Mathematician, cognitive scientist and famed robot-creator Goertzel, 56, is founder and chief executive of SingularityNET, a research group he launched to create “Artificial General Intelligence,” or AGI — artificial intelligence… Read More “AI could replace 80% of jobs ‘in next few years’: expert”

Atiq Ahmad, Karnataka Polls And Deepfakes Dominate Fake News In April

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By Debraj Sarkar The month of April saw misleading information surrounding gangster-politician Atiq Ahmad’s assassination and the upcoming Karnataka assembly election emerge as prominent topics of false information, accounting for 5% and 7% of the total false claims that BOOM investigated last month, respectively. Islamophobia was still the most prominent topic, with 10% of claims promoting demographic anxiety among readers. It is important to note however that the intensity of communal posts targeting Muslims has lessened in prominence compared to February (16% Islamophobia in Feb, 11% last m… Read More “Atiq Ahmad, Karnataka Polls And Deepfakes Dominate Fake News In April”

Study uncovers a surprising discrepancy between the effects of perceived vs. actual use of AI in conversations

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New research published in Scientific Reports provides insight into how artificial intelligence can impact human communication. The findings indicate that people tend to use more positive language and perceive each other more positively when using an AI-based chat tool. However, people tend to evaluate others more negatively if they suspect that AI-generated “smart replies” are being used in the conversation. “In tech and research on tech, the primary focus is almost always on the ‘user’ and how the technology impacts or helps the user,” said study author Malte F. Jung, an associate professor a… Read More “Study uncovers a surprising discrepancy between the effects of perceived vs. actual use of AI in conversations”

76ers Fans Are Comparing James Harden To Ben Simmons

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Philadelphia 76ers fans think they are living another nightmare in the playoffs with a new Ben Simmons. That’s James Harden, who has had two disappointing games in a row for the team. And largely because of that, the 76ers now find themselves down 2-1 in the series against the Boston Celtics. Harden has only averaged 14 points in the last two games and only successfully made five field goals. In the regular season, Harden averaged 21 points per game. In particular, fans are letting the 33-year-old have it after he passed up a floater in the third quarter of game three. Harden is now being comp… Read More “76ers Fans Are Comparing James Harden To Ben Simmons”