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Helping Robots Follow A New Path
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Helping Robots Follow A New Path

Researchers from Arizona State University and the U.S. Army DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory used reservoir computing to program a robot to move two arms on a 2D...

Study Finds That AI Benefits Workers More Than Bosses
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Study Finds That AI Benefits Workers More Than Bosses

A study exploring how knowledge workers team with AI for productivity gains shows that AI benefits workers with greater task-based experience, and that senior workers...

AI Bots Call Out the Problem Person In Dull Work Meetings
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AI Bots Call Out the Problem Person In Dull Work Meetings

Companies have begun using AI to take notes and summarize workplace meetings, and to point out behavior like talking nonstop or interrupting others.

The Impact of AI on Software Development? Still Unclear
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The Impact of AI on Software Development? Still Unclear

There's no evidence that AI tools boost software development productivity, perhaps because the tools are still in the early stage of adoption, according to Google's...

AI Buzz Dominates Annual Ed-Tech Conference
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AI Buzz Dominates Annual Ed-Tech Conference

Generative AI is so pervasive a topic in education circles that Educause made it an "honorary topic" on its top 10 list of strategic trends for 2024, and found...

Decomposing Language Models Into Understandable Components
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Decomposing Language Models Into Understandable Components

Researchers used a weak dictionary learning algorithm called a sparse autoencoder to generate learned features from a trained model that offers a more monosemantic...

Using AI, Argonne Scientists Develop Self-Driving Microscopy Technique
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Using AI, Argonne Scientists Develop Self-Driving Microscopy Technique

Researchers at Argonne National Laboratory have developed an autonomous microscopy technique that uses AI to selectively target points of interest for scanning....

OpenAI Launches Residency Program With $210,000 Annual Salary
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OpenAI Launches Residency Program With $210,000 Annual Salary

OpenAI has announced a residency program that will pay an annual salary of $210,00 to exceptional researchers and engineers in adjacent fields to help them transition...

Professor Sees AI as Catalyst for Manufacturing and Workforce Revolution
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Professor Sees AI as Catalyst for Manufacturing and Workforce Revolution

Purdue University engineering professor Karthik Ramani believes AI could bolster manufacturing competitiveness, revolutionize product design, democratize programming...

Is AI Lying? Researchers Built An LLM Lie Detector to Find Out
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Is AI Lying? Researchers Built An LLM Lie Detector to Find Out

Researchers have built what they call a lie detector that can identify falsehoods in the output of large language models simply by asking a series of unrelated...

Computer Science Is No Longer the Safe Major
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Computer Science Is No Longer the Safe Major

Software engineers, more than any other American workers, believe that generative AI will have a major impact on their jobs over the next 20 years.

Towards Affective Computing That Works for Everyone
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Towards Affective Computing That Works for Everyone

Affective computing systems trained on currently available datasets will likely have biases because they derive from limited samples that do not fully represent...

Study Finds That Chatbots Rival Humans in Creative Thinking
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Study Finds That Chatbots Rival Humans in Creative Thinking

A study that compared the creativity of humans with three current AI chatbots found that the chatbots on average outperformed human participants, though not the...

Job Seekers Turn To AI For Their Career Hunt
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Job Seekers Turn To AI For Their Career Hunt

Job seekers are harnessing the power of artificial intelligence to enhance their job prospects, according to AI Product Reviews.

These Prisoners Are Training AI
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These Prisoners Are Training AI

Startup Metroc in Finland has turned to prison labor to train its large language model.

Meet Generative AI's 'Super Users': 70% of Gen Z Use GenAI
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Meet Generative AI's 'Super Users': 70% of Gen Z Use GenAI

Salesforce's survey shows that age and employment status are major factors in AI adoption.

Workers Fear Being Considered 'Lazy' If They Use AI Tools
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Workers Fear Being Considered 'Lazy' If They Use AI Tools

Fear of being judged as "lazy" by others keeps 26% of workers from using generative AI tools at work, according to "The State of AI at Work" report from Asana. ...

Scientific Discovery In the Age of Artificial Intelligence
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Scientific Discovery In the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is being increasingly integrated into scientific discovery to augment and accelerate research, helping scientists to generate hypotheses...

Chinese Students Risk Losing Degrees If Caught Using AI to Write Papers
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Chinese Students Risk Losing Degrees If Caught Using AI to Write Papers

Students in China who use artificial intelligence to write papers could lose their degrees under a draft law being considered by the country's top legislative body...

Office Jobs Are Now More at Risk Due to AI
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Office Jobs Are Now More at Risk Due to AI

The jobs most exposed to large language models are now office jobs performed by highly paid, college-educated workers, a variety of research has found.
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