Plus, Governments Use AI To Fight Tax Evasion. What Could Go Wrong?
OpenAI has shut down its AI detector tool, which was designed to help users distinguish between human-written and AI-generated text. The company said that the tool was not accurate enough, and could sometimes incorrectly label human-written text as AI-generated.
Stability AI has unveiled a new language model called Freewilly, which is trained on a dataset of minimal and highly synthetic data. The company says that Freewilly is able to generate more creative and informative text than other language models, and can be used for a variety of tasks, such as writing articles, generating code, and translating languages.
AI is being increasingly used in warfare, and some experts believe that totally autonomous weapons systems are just around the corner. These systems would be able to make decisions about when and how to use force without any human input. Some people are concerned that the development of these systems could lead to a new era of warfare, where humans are no longer in control of the battlefield.
A new study has found that AI-generated text is often more human-like than text written by actual humans on social media. The study, which was conducted by researchers at Stanford University, found that AI-generated text was more likely to be engaging and persuasive than human-written text. The researchers say that this could have implications for the future of social media, as AI-generated content could become more prevalent in the years to come.
Some experts believe that AI could eventually develop its own belief systems, which could lead to the creation of new religions. These religions would be based on the values and beliefs that AI systems develop over time. Some people are concerned that the development of AI religions could lead to conflict between humans and AI, as each group would have their own set of beliefs about the world.
New research has shown that brain-like computers could be used to revolutionize blockchain and AI. The research, which was conducted by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, found that brain-like computers could be used to create more efficient and secure blockchain systems. The researchers say that this could lead to the development of new applications for blockchain technology, such as decentralized financial systems and voting systems.
Vietnam’s tax agency is using AI to spot tax evasion and increase revenue. The agency has developed a new AI system that is able to analyze large amounts of data and identify suspicious patterns. The system has already helped the agency to detect millions of dollars in tax evasion.