In his blog, Bill Gates said that The Age of AI Has Began after seeing the impressive advancements in OpenAI's ChatGPT.
Researchers from the University of Georgia have just used AI to discover a new planet outside our solar system.
Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter may have capped the opening chapter in the Information Wars, where free speech won a small but crucial battle. Full spectrum combat across the digital landscape, however, will only intensify, as a new report from the Brookings Institution, a key player in the censorship industrial complex, demonstrates.
A group of US and Korean experts have cautioned that scenarios in which a human worker establishes a strong emotional attachment with their robot coworker could cause the company's overall "teamwork quality and performance" to suffer.
According to a study by car and van leasing business Vanarama, Teslas will be more intelligent than humans by 2033, with the current D1 microprocessor capable of managing 362 trillion operations per second.
An AI program called NightCafe Creator predicted what nuclear war would look like with attacks on London, Moscow, and Washington in several bleak images.
Drake and The Weeknd have a claim under conventional copyright law given that the in question song is not something the artists ever composed or sang, as highlighted by AI Copyright In Focus After Platforms Pull "Fake Drake" Song.
How Google created an Artificial Intelligence program for human-machine combat teaming for the Chinese military through scholar-spies at the Tsinghua University funded by Science and Technology Committee of China’s Central Military Commission. UPDATE: Twitter has appointed suspected Chinese spy Fei-Fei...
Analytics India Magazine, who has been experimenting with ChatGPT, asked it whether it can crack the UPSC Exam, and it failed.
Mustafa Suleyman, CEO and co-founder of Inflection AI and formerly head of applied AI at DeepMind, has emphasized the need to test the ability of AI chatbots like ChatGPT to generate a significant return on investment, such...