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ChatGPT Helps or Hurts our Cybersecurity?
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ChatGPT Helps or Hurts our Cybersecurity?

The specter is that when fully mature, this technology would be able to generate undetectable attacks and the defenders will be constantly fighting these fires....

What Can the FATE Community Learn from the Successes and Failures in Privacy?
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What Can the FATE Community Learn from the Successes and Failures in Privacy?

There are many similarities between FATE (Fairness, Accountability, Transparency, Ethics) and privacy, and I believe that there are a lot of lessons that the FATE...

Automatic Language Translation Still Unsatisfactory
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Automatic Language Translation Still Unsatisfactory

Google Translate and DeepL Translate still have trouble recognizing the second person singular and plural and the polite form, even in very simple sentences.

The Sparks of AGI? Or the End of Science?
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The Sparks of AGI? Or the End of Science?

Marching into the future with an obstructed view.

Artificial Intelligence Without Real Intelligence?
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Artificial Intelligence Without Real Intelligence?

Do the programs understand what they write?

AI in the Public Interest: Education and Democracy
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AI in the Public Interest: Education and Democracy

Now is a critical time to vigorously pursue public interests in education and to avoid a slippery slide into yielding public governance to an entirely private market...

GPT-4's Successes, and GPT-4's Failures
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GPT-4's Successes, and GPT-4's Failures

How GPT-4 fits into the larger tapestry of the quest for artificial general intelligence.

Enabling AI Projects In An Enterprise
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Enabling AI Projects In An Enterprise

Identifying the development behaviors that have the highest chance of success for artificial intelligence efforts.

How Not to Test GPT-3
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How Not to Test GPT-3

Why doing psychology on large language models is harder than you might think.

Why *is* Bing So Reckless?
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Why *is* Bing So Reckless?

And how did some prominent journalists utterly miss this initially?

Using GitHub CoPilot is Like Having a Superpower
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Using GitHub CoPilot is Like Having a Superpower

With the advent of Large Language Models (LLMs) and tools like GitHub CoPilot, I think we’re a step closer towards a world where software can be created by anyone...

ChatGPT for Provost!
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ChatGPT for Provost!

Three to five years from now, we won’t be talking about what ChatGPT can or can’t do, but we could be talking about how ChatGPT brought us all together, and the...

Inside the Heart of ChatGPT's Darkness
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Inside the Heart of ChatGPT's Darkness

A Nightmare on LLM Street.

ChatGPT in Computer Science Education
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ChatGPT in Computer Science Education

Asked "How will ChatGPT influence computer science education?" teachers barely addressed the threats it poses.

Large Language Models like ChatGPT say The Darnedest Things
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Large Language Models like ChatGPT say The Darnedest Things

ChatGPT makes the same kinds of mistakes its predecessors did. What can and should we do about it?

The ChatAlgebra Educational Revolution
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The ChatAlgebra Educational Revolution

We need a ChatAlgebra revolution to reduce the gatekeeping role of the traditional Algebra course, to ameliorate the student suffering associated with the traditional...

What to Expect When You're Expecting ... GPT-4
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What to Expect When You're Expecting ... GPT-4

What comes after ChatGPT? Seven predictions for 2023.

Is ChatGPT Really a 'Code Red' for Google Search?
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Is ChatGPT Really a 'Code Red' for Google Search?

Maybe not.

Inorganic Growth In Tech: Getting Shredded with Acquisitions
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Inorganic Growth In Tech: Getting Shredded with Acquisitions

Acquisitions happen quite often in the tech industry and are far more complicated to pull off successfully than popping a pill.

Observation of Bias
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Observation of Bias

It may not be that obvious, but it's observable.
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