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Guaranteeing the Safety of Autonomous Vehicles
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Guaranteeing the Safety of Autonomous Vehicles

Computer scientists developed of method to ensure end-to-end safety of autonomous vehicles by guaranteeing the results of the machine learning algorithms used to...

OpenAI and Other Tech Giants Will Have to Warn the U.S. Government When They Start New AI Projects
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OpenAI and Other Tech Giants Will Have to Warn the U.S. Government When They Start New AI Projects

The Biden administration is using the Defense Production Act to require companies to inform the Commerce Department when they start training high-powered AI algorithms...

OpenAI's Ilya Sutskever Has a Plan for Keeping Super-Intelligent AI in Check
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OpenAI's Ilya Sutskever Has a Plan for Keeping Super-Intelligent AI in Check

The Superalignment team led by OpenAI chief scientist Ilya Sutskever has devised a way to guide the behavior of AI models as they get ever smarter.

The Myth of 'Open Source' AI
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The Myth of 'Open Source' AI

A new analysis shows that "open source" AI tools like Llama 2 are still controlled by big tech companies in a number of ways.

The AI-Powered, Totally Autonomous Future of War Is Here
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The AI-Powered, Totally Autonomous Future of War Is Here

Ships without crews. Self-directed drone swarms. How a U.S. Navy task force is using off-the-shelf robotics and artificial intelligence to prepare for the next...

AI is Building Highly Effective Antibodies Humans Can't Even Imagine
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AI is Building Highly Effective Antibodies Humans Can't Even Imagine

Robots, computers, and algorithms are hunting for potential new therapies in ways humans can't.

Criminals Have Created Their Own ChatGPT Clones
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Criminals Have Created Their Own ChatGPT Clones

Cybercriminals are touting large language models that could help them with phishing or creating malware. But the AI chatbots could just be their own kind of scam...

Google's Search Box Changed the Meaning of Information
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Google's Search Box Changed the Meaning of Information

Web search promised to resolve questions. Instead, it brought on a soft apocalypse of truth.

New Attack Impacts Major AI Chatbots—and No One Knows How to Stop It
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New Attack Impacts Major AI Chatbots—and No One Knows How to Stop It

Researchers found a simple way to make ChatGPT, Bard, and other chatbots misbehave, proving that AI is hard to tame.

This Disinformation Is Just for You
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This Disinformation Is Just for You

Generative AI won't just flood the Internet with more lies—it may also create convincing disinformation that's targeted at groups or even individuals.

The AI-Powered, Totally Autonomous Future of War Is Here
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The AI-Powered, Totally Autonomous Future of War Is Here

Ships without crews. Self-directed drone swarms. How a U.S. Navy task force is using off-the-shelf robotics and artificial intelligence to prepare for the next...

AI Giants Pledge to Allow External Probes of Their Algorithms, Under a New White House Pact
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AI Giants Pledge to Allow External Probes of Their Algorithms, Under a New White House Pact

Leading AI developers including Google and OpenAI promised the Biden administration to check for problems such as biased output.

How to Use Generative AI Tools While Still Protecting Your Privacy
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How to Use Generative AI Tools While Still Protecting Your Privacy

Here's how to take some control of your data while using artificial intelligence tools and apps.

More People Are Going Blind. AI Can Help Fight It
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More People Are Going Blind. AI Can Help Fight It

Early detection is crucial for treating eye disease. AI-enhanced eye scan analyses could spot warning signs quicker—and reach patients at scale.
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