Worried about ChatGPT and artificial intelligence? How Qualcomm is trying to humanize tech

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

For the last five or so years, Qualcomm has bet big on bringing more artificial intelligence to smartphones, laptops, vehicles, smart infrastructure and other devices in the field — or what the company calls the “connected intelligent edge.” It’s Don McGuire’s job to tell Qualcomm’s technology and artificial intelligence story in a way that’s not scary. Recently, that’s been harder to do. Last fall’s launch of ChatGPT — a generative AI chatbot that answers prompts with polished essays, poetry, computer code and other human-like content — has thrust artificial intelligence into the public spotl…

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