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AI buddies, AI learning, AI scams, AI researcher says don t have kids, but the rest of us say “What, me worry?”

  • Use AI to regulate AI, Google executive says – POLITICO: Google’s head of artificial intelligence, Jeff Dean, has called for the development of new AI-powered tools to help regulate the use of artificial intelligence. Dean argues that AI is becoming increasingly powerful and that it is important to develop safeguards to prevent it from being used for harmful purposes.
  • AI meets agriculture with new farm machines to kill weeds and harvest crops: A new type of farm machine that uses artificial intelligence to kill weeds and harvest crops is being developed by a team of researchers at the University of California, Davis. The machine uses a camera to identify weeds and then sprays them with herbicide. It can also harvest crops by picking them off the vine and placing them in a container.
  • New Tool Can Tell If Something Is AI-Written With 99% Accuracy: The tool, called “Turing Test for AI,” was created by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley. It works by analyzing the text for signs of AI-generated language, such as unnatural word choices and grammar errors.
  • Google Cloud partners with Mayo Clinic, brings generative AI to health: Generative AI is a type of AI that can create new content, such as text, images, and music. The partnership will allow Google Cloud to use generative AI to develop new tools for healthcare professionals, such as chatbots that can answer patient questions and generate personalized treatment plans.
  • New A.I. Chatbot Tutors Could Upend Student Learning: The chatbots, which are still in development, are designed to provide personalized tutoring to students in real time. They can answer questions, provide feedback, and help students learn at their own pace.
  • AI system devises first optimizations to sorting code in over a decade: The system, which was developed by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, was able to find new ways to sort code that were more efficient than the previous methods. The findings could lead to new ways to improve the performance of software applications.
  • Hold off from having kids if you are yet to become a parent,’ warns AI expert Mo Gawdat: AI expert Mo Gawdat has warned that parents should hold off from having children until they can better understand the potential risks of artificial intelligence. Gawdat argues that AI could pose a threat to humanity if it is not developed responsibly.
  • Chinese quantum computer is 180 million times faster on AI-related tasks: The computer, which was developed by researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China, was able to solve a problem that would have taken a traditional computer 100 million years to solve in just 200 seconds. The findings could lead to new developments in AI research.
  • What AI threat? Most U.S. white-collar workers welcome the technology, survey finds: A new survey has found that most U.S. white-collar workers welcome the development of artificial intelligence. The survey, which was conducted by the Pew Research Center, found that 72% of white-collar workers believe that AI will have a positive impact on their jobs. The findings suggest that AI is not seen as a threat by most workers, but rather as an opportunity for innovation and growth.
  • OpenAI forces shutdown of conservative ChatGPT-powered AI bot, creator claims: OpenAI has forced the shutdown of a conservative AI bot that was powered by its ChatGPT language model. The bot, which was created by a researcher named Douglas Hofstadter, was shut down after OpenAI received complaints that it was spreading misinformation. Hofstadter has argued that OpenAI’s decision to shut down the bot was politically motivated.
  • One Day We’ll All Have AI Friends if Humanity Can Behave Itself: In an interview with The Guardian, AI expert Gary Marcus has said that he believes that one day we will all have AI friends. Marcus argues that AI is becoming increasingly sophisticated and that it will eventually be able to provide us with companionship and support. However, he warns that this will only happen if humanity can learn to behave itself and use AI responsibly.




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