Machine Learning, ChatGPT and other Generative AI

Machine Learning, ChatGPT and other Generative AI

AI vs the Artist

German artist Boris Eldagsen says entry to Sony world photography awards was designed to provoke debate

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How did trolling about ChatGPT become the new “learn to code”?

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Recent moves establish important guidelines for how copyright applies to works created with artificial intelligence.

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A German stock photographer tried to get his photos removed from the AI-training LAION dataset. Lawyers replied that he owes $979 for making an unjustified copyright claim.

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The music industry has navigated the choppy waters of royalties and ownership well before AI-generated music gained buzz. And not just because of sampling.

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AI and Tech Criticism

The danger of accepting an industry's terms for itself

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How AI innovation is powered by underpaid workers in foreign countries.

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Proving you're a human on a web flooded with generative AI content

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Large language models are full of security vulnerabilities, yet they’re being embedded into tech products on a vast scale.

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AI is not “some mysterious, magical, autonomous being,” one critic said.

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Either way, experts think OpenAI should be less opaque about its AI model architecture.

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How generative AI and AI art is affecting artists.

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AI can be kind of useful, but I'm not sure that a "kind of useful" tool justifies the harm.

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AI and Journalism

Some publications are already using text and image generators. Here's how WIRED will—and won't—use the technology.

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The risks inherent in the technology, plus the speed of its take-up, demonstrate why it’s so vital that we keep track of it, writes the Guardian’s head of editorial innovation, Chris Moran

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A Checklist of Eighteen Pitfalls in AI Journalism (PDF)

Notre charte déontologique vis-à-vis des IA génératives et des contenus synthétiques.

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The news and data giant has — with a relatively small team — built a generative AI that it says outperforms the competition on its own specific information needs.

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Concerns over implicit bias in machine-learning software raised important questions about how New York Times comment moderators can leverage this powerful tool, while also mitigating the risks.

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Publishers are uncertain about the impact that AI-driven chatbots, like ChatGPT from OpenAI, have on the industry. While they may offer customized experiences and data-based insights, publishers acknowledge that this technology has limitations.

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Please don’t embarrass us, robots.

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Have you been curious to learn about the most valuable sports franchises in the world? Would you prefer this information to come in the form of a ranked list that is both disordered and incorrect? Are you easily spooked by the noise of a vacuum cleaner, or unfamiliar people walking by your house?

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Major news outlets have begun criticizing OpenAI and its ChatGPT software, saying the lab is using their articles to train its artificial intelligence tool without paying them.

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Misinformation

Generative AI like Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, and DALL-E 2 can be fun to play with. There's also the potential for this technology to be used as an information weapon.

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The pope didn’t actually wear that great jacket, but a lot of people were ready to believe he did.

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A really common misconception about ChatGPT is that it can access URLs. I’ve seen many different examples of people pasting in a URL and asking for a summary, or asking …

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TL;DR ChatGPT claims we offer an API to turn a mobile phone number into the location of the phone. We do not.

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The buzzy new AI tool can quickly create entire news organizations out of thin air. Should we be freaking out?

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The way AI models structure text may have something to do with it, according to the study authors.

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AI and Climate

Today I used ChatGPT to get some help making a browser plugin. I posted my queries, then watched as the code and text spilled down the screen. This is the part of large language-models that I dig! As…

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Tools

An independent research lab exploring new mediums of thought and expanding the imaginative powers of the human species.

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We are delighted to announce the public release of Stable Diffusion and the launch of DreamStudio Lite.

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We’ve trained a model called ChatGPT which interacts in a conversational way. The dialogue format makes it possible for ChatGPT to answer followup questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises, and reject inappropriate requests.

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Run open-source machine learning models with a cloud API

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How is AI/ML being used?

Get your newsroom ready to incorporate technologies that include artificial intelligence to support and grow all aspects of your news operation.

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As part of its ongoing efforts to help local newsrooms integrate automation and artificial intelligence technology, The Associated Press will tackle five AI projects stretching from Michigan to Puerto Rico.

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Have you ever toyed with generative AI models like ChatGPT, GPT-3, or DALL-E and wondered whether they could actually help you do some newswork? The technology is poised to disrupt many aspects of…

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Some publications are already using text and image generators. Here's how WIRED will—and won't—use the technology.

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If we stay on the current trajectory, it's utterly plausible that AI language tools will begin to blend into our daily workflows, similar to how Google and Google Translate have.

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When The New York Times paywall launched , its meter count was the same for all users. Since then, The Times has transformed into a data-driven digital company, and its paywall is now successfully using a causal machine learning model called the Dynamic Meter to set personalized meter limits, making for a smarter paywall.

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To create a more comprehensive personalization algorithm, The New York Times built a machine-learning model that relates article text to reader-selected interests.

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What if AI could scan the world for events and information and send an alert when something looked interesting? This could accelerate reporting and guide journalists’ limited attention in a world of…

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Jeremy Gilbert, Director of Strategic Initiatives at The Washington Post, discusses the implementation artificial intelligence tools in the newsroom, allowing human journalists to put their time into more significant reporting.

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Scattered errors and hallucinated data make it an exploratory tool, not a shortcut to analysis

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Google News Initiative Paywall Content Selection Using AI

The Future of Quizzing Has Arrived!

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Decrypt launches a real-time feed of human and AI-generated breaking news summaries from around the web.

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Posted on Tuesday 7 Feb 2023. 1,208 words, 14 links. By Matt Webb.

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Zoom Workshop: ChatGPT for local news publishers

That's a bit of a Reach

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While some freelancers are losing their gigs to ChatGPT, clients are being spammed with AI-written content on freelancing platforms. The result: increasing mistrust between clients and freelancers and mounting trouble for the platforms themselves.

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An analysis of a chatbot data set by The Washington Post reveals the proprietary, personal, and often offensive websites that go into an AI’s training data.

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Until recently, Brett Schickler never imagined he could be a published author, though he had dreamed about it. But after learning about the ChatGPT artificial intelligence program, Schickler figured an opportunity had landed in his lap.

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The noted speculative-fiction writer Ted Chiang on OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT, which, he says, does little more than paraphrase what’s already on the Internet.

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Moderator Note: This question being featured is still the best tool we have to announce this policy sitewide. However, people have been using this for protracted debate and discussion. As such, this

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In which ChatGPT and I invent a fictional language spoken by slime-people

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Unless you have been living under a rock, you have heard of this new ChatGPT assistant made by OpenAI. Did you know, that you can run a whole virtual machine inside of ChatGPT?

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AI language models and chatbots show that AI can generate content cheaply but at a lower quality. These characteristics mean AI will remake the web as we know it — from Google Search to Wikipedia and more.

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The biggestsuccess of AI in science so far is the AlphaFold 2 system. This is adeep learning system which has made large strides on a fundamentalscientific problem: how to predict the 3-dimensional structure of aprotein from the sequence of amino acids making up that protein. Thisbreakthrough has helped set off an ongoing deep learning revolution inmolecular biology. While obviously of interest to molecularbiologists, I believe this is of much broader interest for science asa whole, as a concrete prototype for how artificial intelligence mayimpact discovery. In this short survey talk I briefly discussquestions including: how can such systems be validated? Can they beused to identify general principles that human scientists can learnfrom? And what should we expect a good theory or explanation toprovide anyway? The focus of the talk is extant results and the nearterm, not the longer-term future. However, I hope it may help ingrounding an understanding of that longer-term future, and of thebenefits and risks of AI systems.

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“It is sad that several of you are not understanding the potential of AI and open AI and as a consequence have decided to fight it."

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ChatGPT's immense popularity and power make it eye-wateringly expensive to maintain, The Information reports, with OpenAI paying up to $700,000 a day.

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How have AI/ML driven product improvements?

Company researchers explain what’s needed to emulate a great tutor.

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When the GitHub Copilot Technical Preview launched just over one year ago, we wanted to know one thing: Is this tool helping developers? The GitHub Next team conducted research using a combination of surveys and experiments, which led us to expected and unexpected answers.

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Developers can now integrate ChatGPT and Whisper models into their apps and products through our API.

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Though BuzzFeed has been incorporating Generative AI into its products for the last couple of years, the last three months have been exhilarating for anyone who operates in that space.

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How do you avoid getting disrupted by AI & actually build AI products people will use? The AI Survival Curve will help find your AI product market fit.

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As for Artifact's future, Systrom says he hopes it will become a place where users can go to discover content around their interests and be able to discuss them with others.

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Today, we’re announcing new AI experiments, including an AI chatbot called Clyde, AutoMod AI, and Conversation Summaries, and launching an AI Incubator.

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Learn how Shopify Data built new online inference capabilities into its Machine Learning Platform to deploy and serve models for real-time prediction at scale.

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DuckDuckGo launches DuckAssist, an AI-enhanced Instant Answer that generates natural language answers to search queries using Wikipedia

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Netflix leverages machine learning to create the best media for our members. Earlier we shared the details of one of these algorithms, introduced how our platform team is evolving the media-specific…

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Disclaimer: This article is not meant to provoke anxiety or exaggerate the power of GPT. It is merely my personal observation after using ChatGPT/GPT

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Stephen Wolfram explores the broader picture of what's going on inside ChatGPT and why it produces meaningful text. Discusses models, training neural nets, embeddings, tokens, transformers, language syntax.

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Ethical Considerations for Journalists Using Tools that Include AI

Those building technology and infrastructure for synthetic media, creating synthetic media, and distributing or publishing synthetic media will seek to advance ethical and responsible behavior.

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A creature is formed of clay. A puppet becomes a boy. A monster rises in a lab. A computer takes over a spaceship. And all manner of robots serve or control us.

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And a chatbot is not a human. And a linguist named Emily M. Bender is very worried what will happen when we forget this.

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The Silicon Valley veteran says big tech can’t be trusted to regulate artificial intelligence by itself.

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AI researcher Timnit Gebru explains why large language models like ChatGPT have inherent bias and calls for oversight in the tech industry.

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A conversation with Arvind Narayanan

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ChatGPT gets access to website content to learn from it. This is how to block your content from becoming AI training data.

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ChatGPT falsely claimed a mayor went to prison.

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ChatGPT accused a law professor of harassment. But the evidence doesn’t exist.

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This philosophy—supported by tech figures like Sam Bankman-Fried—fuels the AI research agenda, creating a harmful system in the name of saving humanity

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Student-led groups focused on AI Safety have popped up at Stanford University and other schools, backed by billionaires fixated on the AI apocalypse

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The company says its Artificial Intelligence Platform will integrate AI into military decision making in a legal and ethical way.

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Google boss says issue keeps him up at night, while thousands have urged six-month pause on creation of ‘giant’ AIs

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AI Harms

Training and running AI models emits a vast amount of carbon—but AI is also being used to boost fossil fuel extraction and generate climate misinformation

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Because I was in the public eye, somebody synthesized explicit videos of me.

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Deepfake porn victims are speaking out about the lack of protections against abusers. A new bill could change things.

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UK consumer finance champion Martin Lewis has warned over yet another scam ad bearing his likeness that's circulating on Facebook -- but this time it's a deepfake video...

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A decades-old agreement that made the internet tick is no match for the rise of generative AI and large language models

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English is the internet’s primary tongue—a fact that may have unexpected consequences as generative AI becomes central to daily life.

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Labor

The global labor force of outsourced and contract workers are early adopters of generative AI — and the most at risk.

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The moment we let artificial intelligence define what we are, we cede our last, most vital piece of turf.

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Calling programs like ChatGPT “artificial intelligence” grants them a claim to authorship that is simply untrue.

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Meet the people who have already lost their jobs to AI.

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The well known chatbot is automated, but that automation is guided by low-paid human workers labelling data.

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OpenAI's contractor workforce helps power ChatGPT through simple interactions. They don't get benefits, but some say the work is rewarding.

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Scammers are using artificial intelligence to create fake pornographic videos of victims and demanding payment from them to not disseminate them, the FBI warned Monday.

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You may have heard of simulation theory, the notion that nothing is real and we’re all part of a giant computer program.

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Employees describe the psychological trauma of reading and viewing graphic content, low pay and abrupt dismissals

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Ted Chiang on how artificial intelligence may strengthen capitalism by promising to concentrate wealth and disempower workers, and on possible alternatives.

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Privacy

A California law firm is suing OpenAI for violating the privacy and property rights of countless people when it used their internet data to train its AI tech.

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How many humans does it take to make tech seem human? Millions to support OpenAI, Google, Meta, and every other major tech company. As AI becomes ubiquitous, a vast tasker underclass is emerging — and not going anywhere.

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Our columnist replaced herself with AI voice and video to see how humanlike the tech can be. The results were eerie.

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AI and Policy