ChatGPT 4, combating climate change and less bias: AI’s challenges in 2023

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Artificial intelligence got creative in 2022, generating impressive text, videos and pictures from scratch. It is also our top tech prediction for 2023. But aside from being a source of fascination, it is also one of fear. Beyond writing essays and creating images, AI will affect every industry from banking to health care but it is not without its biases, which can prove harmful. This is how AI may evolve in 2023 and what to watch out for. Chatbots and competitionAt the beginning of 2022, OpenAI launched DALL-E 2, a deep-learning technology that produces images from typed instructions. Google …

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