Category: Artificial Intelligent

Congress to hold new AI hearings as it works to craft safeguards

New AI hearings will be held by Congress as it develops protections

As Congress works on laws to lessen the risks of the developing technology, it will have three hearings on artificial intelligence the next week, including one with Microsoft President Brad…

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Britain will host AI summit at World War Two code-breaking centre

An AI summit will be held in Britain at a World War Two code-breaking center

In November, the United Kingdom will hold a meeting on artificial intelligence at the former headquarters of its World War Two codebreakers as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak positions the country…

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Meta to launch AI model for writing computer codes

AI model for writing computer codes will be released by Meta

In a move to deepen its foray into the emerging field of technology, Meta Platforms announced on Thursday that it will make available an artificial intelligence (AI) model intended to…

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Naver of South Korea launches generative AI services

Naver of South Korea launches generative AI services

Thursday saw the launch of a new generative artificial intelligence (AI) tool from South Korean internet giant Naver, joining the buzz surrounding the new technology that was first sparked by…

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Optimism about AI is fueled by Nvidia's record performance and $25 billion repurchase

Optimism about AI is fueled by Nvidia’s record performance and $25 billion repurchase

The demand for Nvidia's processors was greatly surpassed by its quarterly revenue prediction on Wednesday, and the company also announced it will repurchase $25 billion worth of stock, sending its…

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AI unlikely to destroy most jobs, but clerical workers at risk, ILO says

Most employment will not be lost to AI, but clerical employees are at risk, according to the ILO.

According to a U.N. research released on Monday, generative AI would likely not completely replace most peoples' employment but will instead automate some of their responsibilities, freeing them up to…

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AI use rising in influence campaigns online, but impact limited - US cyber firm

Increased use of AI in online influence efforts has a limited impact, according to Google-owned cyber firm

Mandiant, a Google-owned cybersecurity company in the United States, reported on Thursday that it had observed an increase in recent years in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to carry…

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ChatGPT fever spreads to US workplace, sounding alarm for some

Spread of ChatGPT fever to US workplace alarms some

Despite concerns that have prompted employers like Microsoft and Google to limit its usage, a Reuters/Ipsos poll indicated that many workers across the U.S. are using ChatGPT to assist with…

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Disney creates task force to explore AI and cut costs - sources

Disney forms a task force to explore AI and reduce costs

Even as Hollywood writers and performers fight to limit the industry's exploitation of the technology, Walt Disney has established a task force to investigate artificial intelligence and how it can…

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Pope warns against potential dangers of artificial intelligence

Pope issues a warning about the risks of artificial intelligence

On Tuesday, Pope Francis urged a global discussion of the risks that could arise from artificial intelligence (AI), emphasizing its "disruptive possibilities and ambivalent effects." The 86-year-old Francis, who has…

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