With transparency and an anti-hallucination framework companies will start to get the benefits of generative AI without the drawbacks.Read More
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AI doom, AI boom and the possible destruction of humanity
Will AI solve complex problems and save us? Or will it obfuscate truth, destroying humanity? Like any paradox, the answer is unclear.Read More
In ‘Tears of the Kingdom,’ the Depths Are Where the Action Is
The latest entry in the Zelda series turns its prequel’s sandbox into more of a toybox, encouraging you to build, play, and discover.
Mathematicians Find Hidden Structure in a Common Type of Space
In 50 years of searching, mathematicians found only one example of a “subspace design” that fit their criteria. A new proof reveals that there are infinitely more.
What a Therapist Wants You to Know About Remote Therapy
Covid-19 changed how therapists work, for good and ill. Here’s how you can adapt, whether you’re a patient or a practitioner.
If Pinocchio Doesn’t Freak You Out, Microsoft’s Sydney Shouldn’t Either
Why do people panic when an AI chatbot tells us it “wants to be human,” but not when inanimate object says it wants to be a “real boy”?
Apple WWDC 2023: What to Expect for Software and Hardware
The Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off tomorrow. We break down the potential announcements ahead of the keynote.
The secret to making AI effective for your unique business challenges
Fear of AI is largely due to misrepresentation and misunderstanding. AI has been around for years, and businesses already use and trust it.Read More
How AI could change the ways we live and work, reducing the digital divide
GUEST: AI is everywhere. Its use is being debated in headlines, on social media and around dinner tables. To some, the rate of AI acceleration is concerning, with many technology leaders calling for a six-month […]
The ethics of innovation in generative AI and the future of humanity
To address the moral conundrums around generative AI we must understand how it can create positive change, and where it may fall short.Read More