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Jan 16, 2024

Here’s How The FTC Might Lower The Boom On Those Emerging Generative AI Mental Health Therapy Chatbots That Are Promising Miracle Cures

Forbes

In today’s column, I will explore the increasing flare-up of generative AI mental health therapy chatbots and the at times outlandish and unfounded claims being made about their efficacy, along with doing a close-up examination of the regulatory and legal mechanisms fighting against this disconcerting rising tide.

Jan 16, 2024

3 Rules for Writing Prompts on ChatGPT

Business Insider

I'm an AI prompt engineer. Here are 3 rules to get the best results using ChatGPT – and what people get wrong.

Jan 16, 2024

AI can now copy your handwriting. We're concerned.

Mashable

Researchers at the Mohamed Bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence in Abu Dhabi say they developed an AI tool that can pretty closely copy a person's handwriting. The researchers said that the model needed just a few paragraphs of writing to be trained.

Jan 16, 2024

I just tried the new Assistive AI video tool — and its realism is incredible

Tom's Guide

Artificial intelligence startup Assistive has launched a new generative video platform called Assistive Video that can create four-second clips from text or images.

Jan 16, 2024

How doctors are using AI to diagnose a hidden heart condition in kids

Washington Post

Now, in an advance that shows the potential of artificial intelligence to aid medicine, researchers at Children’s National have developed a new AI-powered tool for diagnosing rheumatic heart disease long before a patient needs surgery.

Jan 16, 2024

Cellebrite is donating its AI investigative tools to nonprofits to help find missing children faster

Fast Company

John Walsh, advocate for missing children and longtime host of "America’s Most Wanted," said he feels outmanned by criminals all the time—especially in the courtroom.

Jan 15, 2024

OpenAI unveils plans for tackling abuse ahead of 2024 elections

Axios

ChatGPT maker OpenAI says it's rolling out new policies and tools meant to combat misinformation and abuse ahead of 2024 elections worldwide.

Jan 12, 2024

AI will have a big impact on jobs this year. Here's why that could be good news

ZDNet

There's understandable fear artificial intelligence will lead to job losses. But business leaders are hopeful automation will boost workplace opportunities, too.

Jan 11, 2024

The Many Sides of AI: With Guest Susan Gonzales

Facepalm America

Podcast to explain the different distinctions between types of AI, how the quick evolution of the technology can result in spreading misinformation or even deepfake videos, how marginalized communities can benefit from AI tools, and what regulations need to happen to ensure that AI can be used as a safe tool.

Jan 11, 2024

Will Chatbots Teach Your Children?

The New York Times

New A.I. tools could enable a Silicon Valley dream: bots that customize learning for pupils. Prior attempts have not lived up to

Jan 10, 2024

How Will Artificial Intelligence Affect Jobs 2024-2030

Nexford University

You would have been living under a rock if you did not know how artificial intelligence is set to affect jobs in 2024-2030. AI like ChatGPT seems to be stealing all of the headlines at the moment, Google unveiled new AI software to build presentations, analyze and enter data, and write content, and there are so many more AI tools like Gamma and Numerous AI.

Jan 4, 2024

What’s Next for Ed Tech in 2024

Inside Higher Education

Coming soon: advances in VR and high-tech classrooms, plus even more AI.

Nov 30, 2023

5 types of new jobs that AI could create

Business Insider

The widespread adoption of AI is expected to eliminate some jobs but create others. New AI jobs, which may not require a college degree, could offer high salaries for workers. The number of AI jobs is already on the rise.

Nov 30, 2023

How Small Businesses And Entrepreneurs Can Benefit From AI

Forbes

Small businesses face a significant challenge in today's digital landscape - competing against larger, well-resourced enterprises. However, the solution may lie in embracing Artificial Intelligence, a technology that can revolutionize how small businesses function and compete.

Nov 18, 2023

From EKGs to X-Ray Analysis, Here's How Your Doctor Is Actually Using AI

Very Well Health

Artificial intelligence seems to be everywhere right now—guiding stock choices, planning vacations, and writing the next great blockbuster. But while generative AI is showboating, machine learning is helping doctors digest and utilize oceans of information to make condition diagnosis faster and more efficient. And the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is on board.

Nov 15, 2023

Market Watch Podcast - AI and the 2024 Election: How to Protect Yourself

Market Watch

With less than a year until the presidential election, a wave of misinformation and disinformation is expected to flow at voters, with the help of artificial intelligence. AIandYou founder and CEO Susan Gonzales joins MarketWatch tech editor and San Francisco Bureau Chief Jeremy Owens, to discuss how to identify such information and protect yourself against it.

Nov 14, 2023

Most people can't spot fake faces. Can you?

The Times

Scientists say AI can look more real than reality, making us confident in our mistakes. Our quiz will tell if you're fooled.

Nov 13, 2023

White faces generated by AI are more convincing than photos, finds survey

The Guardian

Photographs were seen as less realistic than computer images but there was no difference with pictures of people of colour

Nov 11, 2023

ChatGPT is landing kids in the principal's office, but not becuase of cheating

The Miai Herald

Ever since ChatGPT burst onto the scene last year, a heated debate has centered on its potential benefits and pitfalls for students. As educators worry students could use artificial intelligence tools to cheat, The 74 looks into a new survey that makes clear its impact on young people: They’re getting into trouble.

Nov 8, 2023

Meta to require political advertisers to disclose when they use AI

NBC News

Starting next year, advertisers on Facebook and Instagram will have to say during the buying process whether they are using media that was digitally created or altered.