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Unfair Automated Hiring Systems Are Everywhere
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Unfair Automated Hiring Systems Are Everywhere

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission urgently needs to regulate automated hiring systems.

When AI Thinks You Are Dead
From ACM Opinion

When AI Thinks You Are Dead

AI hallucinations can be amusing, but the consequences for society could be dangerous.

Why Conscious AI Is a Bad Idea
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Why Conscious AI Is a Bad Idea

Our minds have not evolved to deal with machines we believe have consciousness.

You Can't Regulate What You Don't Understand
From ACM Opinion

You Can't Regulate What You Don't Understand

Why AI regulations should begin with mandated disclosures.

The Indigo Cyberattack Is a Warning of Things to Come
From ACM Opinion

The Indigo Cyberattack Is a Warning of Things to Come

Those handling state secrets or critical infrastructure seem to fare no better than a bookstore chain.

AI Is Not Going to Reinvent the Alphabet Anytime Soon
From ACM Opinion

AI Is Not Going to Reinvent the Alphabet Anytime Soon

Artificial intelligence does not understand how humans read well enough to design type on its own.

AI and Politics: How Will We Know What—and Who—Is Real?
From ACM Opinion

AI and Politics: How Will We Know What—and Who—Is Real?

If we are lucky, new technologies will only cause brief confusion.

There Is No AI
From ACM Opinion

There Is No AI

There are ways of controlling the new technology, but first we have to stop mythologizing it.

AI Not Yet Intelligent Enough to Be a Trusted Research Aid
From ACM Opinion

AI Not Yet Intelligent Enough to Be a Trusted Research Aid

An attempt to use ChatGPT for scholarly research proves uncovers errors and frustration.

 The 5 Biggest Risks of Generative AI
From ACM Opinion

The 5 Biggest Risks of Generative AI

AI makes our lives easier in many different ways, but these benefits can come with costs.

The Case for Big Action to Regulate AI
From ACM Opinion

The Case for Big Action to Regulate AI

Why the topic of regulating artificial intelligence ignite such a visceral reaction.

Do the Right Thing
From Communications of the ACM

Do the Right Thing

Exploring the intersection of legal compliance and ethical judgment.

Updates, Threats, and Risk Management
From Communications of the ACM

Updates, Threats, and Risk Management

Revisiting a recent column considering security updates.

Putting a Teaspoon of Programming into Other Subjects
From Communications of the ACM

Putting a Teaspoon of Programming into Other Subjects

Using teaspoon languages to integrate programming across myriad academic disciplines.

Ethics as a Participatory and Iterative Process
From Communications of the ACM

Ethics as a Participatory and Iterative Process

Facilitating ethical reflection, inquiry, and deliberation.

Please Report Your Compute
From Communications of the ACM

Please Report Your Compute

Seeking consistent means of measure.

Long-Term Mentoring for Computer Science Researchers
From Communications of the ACM

Long-Term Mentoring for Computer Science Researchers

Reaching out across computer science research communities.

NSF on Chien's Grand Challenge for Sustainability
From Communications of the ACM

NSF on Chien's Grand Challenge for Sustainability

This Viewpoint focuses on ways the computing community can contribute broadly to environmental sustainability and identifies NSF Directorate for Computer and Information...

Banning ChatGPT Will Do More Harm than Good
From ACM Opinion

Banning ChatGPT Will Do More Harm than Good

A high school senior argues that generative AI can help reshape education for the better.

What Kind of Mind Does ChatGPT Have?
From ACM Opinion

What Kind of Mind Does ChatGPT Have?

Large language models seem startlingly intelligent, but what is really happening under the hood?
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