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Audiobook Narrators Fear Apple Used Their Voices to Train AI
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Audiobook Narrators Fear Apple Used Their Voices to Train AI

After a backlash, Spotify paused an arrangement that allowed Apple to train machine learning models on some audiobook files.

Google Fiber's 5-gig Internet Service Starts Rolling Out in Three Cities
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Google Fiber's 5-gig Internet Service Starts Rolling Out in Three Cities

Google's Fiber home internet service now has a bidirectional 5 Gbps option in Kansas City, West Des Moines, and the Salt Lake City metropolitan area.

Google Vice President Warns AI Chatbots Are Hallucinating
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Google Vice President Warns AI Chatbots Are Hallucinating

Google senior vice president Prabhakar Raghavan has warned the public about a little-known problem with artificial intelligence chatbots: they "hallucinate."

Securing Supply Chains with Quantum Computing
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Securing Supply Chains with Quantum Computing

One of the potential long-term solutions to solving complex optimization problems is to use quantum computers.

AI-Powered Bing Chat Loses its Mind When Fed Ars Technica Article
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AI-Powered Bing Chat Loses its Mind When Fed Ars Technica Article

"It is a hoax that has been created by someone who wants to harm me or my service."

Ingestible Sensor Could Help Doctors Pinpoint GI Difficulties
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Ingestible Sensor Could Help Doctors Pinpoint GI Difficulties

An ingestible sensor can be monitored as it travels through the digestive tract, helping doctors to diagnose gastrointestinal ailments more precisely.

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT's Stunning Results on the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam
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The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT's Stunning Results on the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam

The AI software was able to achieve passing scores for the exam, which usually requires years of medical training.

AI Tech Enables Industrial-Scale Intellectual-Property Theft, Say Critics
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AI Tech Enables Industrial-Scale Intellectual-Property Theft, Say Critics

Grzegorz Rutkowski has become one of the most popular artists to copy using image-generating artificial intelligence systems like OpenAI's Dall-E 2 and Stability...

Team Refines Precision of Medical Needles in Surgical Simulation
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Team Refines Precision of Medical Needles in Surgical Simulation

Computationally efficient mathematical models aim to improve the accuracy of flexible medical needles used in surgical simulation without adding unnecessary steps...

Undersea Fiber-Optic Cables Can Help Predict Earthquakes
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Undersea Fiber-Optic Cables Can Help Predict Earthquakes

An international team of researchers at Israel's Hebrew University of Jerusalem found undersea fiber-optic cables can detect earthquakes occurring at sea 30 seconds...

Computing Guru Criticizes ChatGPT AI Tech for Making Things Up
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Computing Guru Criticizes ChatGPT AI Tech for Making Things Up

Vint Cerf, who helped create the Internet's core network technology, hopes engineers can improve artificial intelligence's shortcoming.

Eric Schmidt Is Building the Perfect AI War-Fighting Machine
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Eric Schmidt Is Building the Perfect AI War-Fighting Machine

The former Google CEO is on a mission to rewire the U.S. military with cutting-edge artificial intelligence to take on China. Will it make the world safer?

The Generative AI Race Has a Dirty Secret
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The Generative AI Race Has a Dirty Secret

Integrating large language models into search engines could mean a fivefold increase in computing power and huge carbon emissions.

Ambient IoT Gets Down to Business
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Ambient IoT Gets Down to Business

Highly flexible, inexpensive low-energy sensors combined with pervasive connectivity and artificial intelligence deliver real-time triggers without human intervention...

Why You Shouldn't Trust AI Search Engines
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Why You Shouldn't Trust AI Search Engines

The technology is simply not ready to be used like this at this scale.

Jury Rules that NFTs Aren't Really Art
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Jury Rules that NFTs Aren't Really Art

Better luck next time, NFT bros.

Why Are You Seeing So Many Bad Digital Ads Now?
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Why Are You Seeing So Many Bad Digital Ads Now?

Scrolling past ads has rarely been enjoyable. But in recent months, people say the experience seems so much worse.

3D Modeling Tool Recreates a Landscape's Digital Twin
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3D Modeling Tool Recreates a Landscape's Digital Twin

An automated framework developed by Charalambos Poullis and Qiao Chen at Canada's Concordia University can three-dimensionally (3D)-simulate large-scale landscapes...

Creating 3D Objects with Sound
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Creating 3D Objects with Sound

Scientists have created a technique for assembling three-dimensional (3D) objects using ultrasound.

Major Quantum Computing Breakthrough Could Mean the Revolution Is Here
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Major Quantum Computing Breakthrough Could Mean the Revolution Is Here

Preventing data degradation means the technology might be viable after all as world records are set.
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