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Replacing a SQL Analyst With 26 Recursive GPT Prompts
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Replacing a SQL Analyst With 26 Recursive GPT Prompts

Ken Van Haren describes experimenting with GPT-3 to see if it could entirely replace a dreaded "analytics on-call" rotation.

ChatGPT Outperforms Students on Wharton MBA Exam
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ChatGPT Outperforms Students on Wharton MBA Exam

The artificial intelligence-powered chatbot ChatGPT performed better than many students on MBA exams at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, according...

College Student's App Can Tell Whether AI Wrote an Essay
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College Student's App Can Tell Whether AI Wrote an Essay

Edward Tian, a 22-year-old computer science student at Princeton, has built an app that detects whether an essay is written by the AI-powered language model ChatGPT...

ICML Bans Papers Written by ChatGPT and AI Language Tools
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ICML Bans Papers Written by ChatGPT and AI Language Tools

The International Conference on Machine Learning has banned authors from using AI tools like ChatGPT to write scientific papers, triggering a debate about the role...

Machine Learning Could Create the Perfect Game Bosses
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Machine Learning Could Create the Perfect Game Bosses

Romain Trachel and Alexandre Peyrot, machine-learning specialists at Eidos-Sherbrooke, have demonstrated a game tool that combines machine learning with a feature...

OpenAI's ChatGPT Raises Alarm Over Student Cheating
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OpenAI's ChatGPT Raises Alarm Over Student Cheating

Universities need new ways to assess and respond to threats to academic integrity posed by AI tools that students could use to cheat on written assignments.

Study Finds AI-Assisted Code Is More Likely to be Buggy
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Study Finds AI-Assisted Code Is More Likely to be Buggy

Computer scientists from Stanford University have found that programmers who accept help from AI tools like Github Copilot produce less secure code than those who...

The Overlooked Upsides of Algorithms in the Workplace
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The Overlooked Upsides of Algorithms in the Workplace

Orly Lobel, a law professor at the University of San Diego, believes technology can make the world a better place — and she knows in 2022, that makes her a bit...

Man Simulates Time Travel Using Generative AI Model
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Man Simulates Time Travel Using Generative AI Model

A social media user known as Stelfie the Time Traveller has been crafting a time-hopping travelogue using the Stable Diffusion generative AI model, inserting himself...

A Computer Scientist with a Biologist's Ambition
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A Computer Scientist with a Biologist's Ambition: Advance Humanity

I became a computer science student without ever having seen a computer before.

Skilled Tech Workers Snapped Up Despite Downturn
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Skilled Tech Workers Snapped Up Despite Downturn

Despite layoffs at over 900 tech companies this year, skilled tech workers with experience in artificial intelligence and data science remain in high demand in...

Film Festival Will Only Show Movies Made Using AI
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Film Festival Will Only Show Movies Made Using AI

Runway, an artificial intelligence startup, is accepting submissions for an AI Film Festival slated for February where movies created with the help of AI will compete...

Are ChatGPT and AlphaCode Going to Replace Programmers?
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Are ChatGPT and AlphaCode Going to Replace Programmers?

OpenAI's ChatGPT and DeepMind's AlphaCode can now produce meaningful lines of code, but software engineers shouldn't switch careers quite yet.

AI-Generated Answers Temporarily Banned on Stack Overflow
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AI-Generated Answers Temporarily Banned on Stack Overflow

Stack Overflow has temporarily banned users from sharing responses generated by OpenAI's chatbot ChatGPT, saying they "have a high rate of being incorrect."

Researchers Win Gordon Bell Special Prize for Models that Track COVID Variants
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Researchers Win Gordon Bell Special Prize for Models that Track COVID Variants

Scientists from Argonne National Laboratory and their collaborators have won the 2022 Gordon Bell Special Prize for High Performance Computing-Based COVID-19 Research...

AI-Assisted Coding Software 'Not Ready' for Developers
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AI-Assisted Coding Software 'Not Ready' for Developers

Today's machine learning-assisted coding models don't understand the structure of code and are "not ready" for market, founder Adam Smith said in announcing the...

Designing and Programming Living Computers
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Designing and Programming Living Computers

Scientists from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology collaborated to create genetic "devices" designed to perform...

UW Computer Science Professor Wins MacArthur 'Genius Grant'
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UW Computer Science Professor Wins MacArthur 'Genius Grant'

University of Washington computer science professor Yejin Choi has been awarded a 2022 "genius grant" fellowship by the MacArthur Foundation.

Claims AI Can Boost Workplace Diversity Are 'Spurious and Dangerous'
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Claims AI Can Boost Workplace Diversity Are 'Spurious and Dangerous'

A report on AI tools said to cancel out human biases against gender and ethnicity during workplace recruitment are little better than an "automated pseudoscience...

The End of Programming
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The End of Programming

The end of classical computer science is coming, and most of us are dinosaurs waiting for the meteor to hit.
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