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Online Images Amplify Gender Bias
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Online Images Amplify Gender Bias

The rising use of images in online media and platforms significantly exacerbates gender bias, both in its statistical prevalence and its psychological impact, researchers...

Japan Turns to Innovation to Tackle Labor Crisis
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Japan Turns to Innovation to Tackle Labor Crisis

Japan, the world's fastest-aging economy, is turning to technologies like AI, avatars, and robots to address labor shortages.

Researchers Develop AI Web Agent to Make the Internet More Accessible
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Researchers Develop AI Web Agent to Make the Internet More Accessible

In efforts that could make the Internet more accessible for people with disabilities, researchers at  Ohio State University have begun developing LLM-based web...

Sending Emails During Zoom Meetings? There's an Upside, Research Shows
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Sending Emails During Zoom Meetings? There's an Upside, Research Shows

Published research examines how multicommunicating can benefit the workplace by leveraging conversational dynamics and facilitating the exchange of information....

AI-Created 'Virtual Influencers' Are Stealing Business From Humans
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AI-Created 'Virtual Influencers' Are Stealing Business From Humans

Brands are turning to hyper-realistic, AI-generated influencers for promotions.

Wellness Chatbots Are New Workplace Benefit
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Wellness Chatbots Are New Workplace Benefit

Chatbots that hold therapist-like conversations and wellness apps that promote mental health are become a part of many employers' healthcare benefits.

Large Language Models Validate Misinformation, Research Finds
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Large Language Models Validate Misinformation, Research Finds

Systematic testing of OpenAI's GPT-3 reveals that it can be influenced to agree with misinformation, and responds inconsistently when a question's phrasing changes...

Meet Ashley, the Generative AI-Powered Political Campaign Caller
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Meet Ashley, the Generative AI-Powered Political Campaign Caller

Democrat Shamaine Daniels has added a new weapon in her rematch against Republican Rep. Scott Perry in Pennsylvania's 10th Congressional district: Ashley, an artificial...

Team Says AI Can Translate Brainwaves Into Written Text
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Team Says AI Can Translate Brainwaves Into Written Text

Using a sensor-filled helmet combined with artificial intelligence, a team of scientists has announced they can turn a person's thoughts into written words.

Universities Train Engineers for the Quantum Future
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Universities Train Engineers for the Quantum Future

Colleges are starting the process of educating future engineers in topics such as how quantum computing hardware components work and how to write quantum computing...

As Baby Boomers Retire, German Businesses Turn to Robots
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As Baby Boomers Retire, German Businesses Turn to Robots

As Germany's baby boomers retire, exacerbating the country's labor shortage, many companies are filling job openings with robots.

Researchers Test Generative AI's Utility for Accessibility
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Researchers Test Generative AI's Utility for Accessibility

Seven researchers at the University of Washington conducted a three-month autoethnographic study — drawing on their own experiences as people with and without disabilities...

Computer Scientists Program Robotic Seeing-Eye Dog
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Computer Scientists Program Robotic Seeing-Eye Dog

Binghamton University researchers are developing a robotic seeing-eye dog that's been demonstrated guiding a person down hallways while responding to directional...

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...

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.

The Pentagon Has The Worst IT Helpdesk In The U.S. Government
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The Pentagon Has The Worst IT Helpdesk In The U.S. Government

The U.S. Department of Defense ranks dead last in employee satisfaction with IT services, according to a General Services Administration survey of 24 U.S. federal...

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. ...

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.

Finding the Right Mix of Creativity and Technology
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Finding the Right Mix of Creativity and Technology

The original Star Wars and The Matrix were pivotal influences in igniting my unshakable fascination with technology-driven creativity.

Virtual Reality Brings New Vision to Workplace Training
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Virtual Reality Brings New Vision to Workplace Training

Companies increasingly are using virtual reality technology for workplace training. Jenson8, a training platform provider, has developed a team-building exercise...
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