We talked to Rice University scientists studying how training AI with synthetic, AI-generated content causes a destructive inbreeding effect.
The mind-reading tech works without brain implants.
Elon Musk believes artificial intelligence that is much smarter than the smartest human on Earth could result in dangerous situations. Musk argues that the government must introduce a universal basic income program in order to compensate for automation.
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OpenAI cofounder and CEO Sam Altman called ChatGPT it a "horrible product" during a recent episode of the New York Times podcast, "Hard Fork."
Researchers are building a massive, indestructible box that’ll record scientific data to give future civilizations insight on how exactly humanity fell.
It works more like a CT scan than a conventional 3D printer.
It's two stories tall and has a total area of 6,889 square feet.
More AI in the exam room means doctors can spend more time actually talking to patients.
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By shooting a laser pulse imitating the Fibonacci Sequence into qubits, physicists created a new phase of matter far better at maintaing a quantum state.
The physicists' aim was to scientifically prove that measurements in quantum mechanics are actually subjective and dependent on the observer.
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Researchers at the Allen Institute for AI created Ask Delphi to make ethical judgments — but it turned out to be awfully bigoted and racist instead.
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CNET's AI-generated articles appear to show deep structural similarities, amounting to plagiarism, with previously published work elsewhere.
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Tosca Musk, the sister of Tesla CEO Elon Musk, has found her own niche market and is running the Netflix of romance novels called Passionflix.
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