Despite its glitches and quirks, we would all be better off not dismissing artificial intelligence

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By Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield After years of being told that powerful artificial intelligence technology with jaw-dropping capabilities is just about to barrel into our lives, this may be remembered as the year that it finally did. But instead of busting down humanity’s front door with medical nanorobots or job-stealing automatons, AI has quietly become mainstream in the disarming guise of a fun distraction. It began in January, when DALL-E was released. DALL-E, and competitors like MidJourney, are AI programmes which generate digital images from text prompts. They use deep learning, a type o…

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