ChatGPT bets on back-to-school boost as interest flattens out

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By Ian Krietzberg Machine learning has been around for decades. But when ChatGPT launched in November last year, the online chatbot importantly bundled technology that has long been intangible and made it easy for people to interact with. The result has been an artificial intelligence arms race as some firms look to create similar tech, while other companies look to leverage it as a tool, all while debates among regulators and researchers concerning the safety and ethics of AI continue to swirl. Related: ChatGPT makers on track to earn a startling amount of money next year ChatGPT’s initial po…

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