Even scientists who have made quantum computers their life's work say they can't do anything useful — yet. "They're all terrible," says University of Sussex physicist...Nature From ACM Careers | May 26, 2023
Workers are more willing to accept an incompetent boss who is older and more experienced than themselves, but less likely to accept incompetence if the boss isJournal...University of Iowa From ACM Careers | May 15, 2023
This year's DEFCON AI Village will include an event where hackers will be tasked with finding bugs and biases in large language models (LLMs) built by OpenAI, Google...The Register From ACM Careers | May 9, 2023
Here is a comparison of four of the most advanced AI bots that can write code: GPT-4, Bing, Claude+, and Bard. Although not technically similar, GitHub Co-Pilot...HackerNoon From ACM Careers | May 2, 2023
Researchers at Linköping University and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology have developed a transistor made of conductive wood, a possible step toward bio-based...Linköping University From ACM Careers | May 1, 2023
A team of electrical engineers and material scientists at the University of California, Riverside has demonstrated materials that may result in advancements in...University of California, Riverside From ACM Careers | April 20, 2023
Reddit moderators have noticed an increasing number of posts that carry the hallmarks of AI-generated text. Rooting out the content will require "a lot of human...Vice From ACM Careers | April 12, 2023
A randomized trial comparing double- and single-anonymous peer review methods indicates that reviewer bias is reduced when both author and reviewer identities are...British Ecological Society From ACM Careers | April 7, 2023
Experts say that China's impressive output of published scientific research papers masks systemic inefficiencies and an underbelly of low-quality and fraudulent...Financial Times From ACM Careers | March 29, 2023
Layoffs by technology giants and startups have created a windfall for nontechnology companies in Washington, D.C., and New York City starved for software engineers...The Wall Street Journal From ACM TechNews | February 8, 2023
Humans are less forgiving of robot co-workers after multiple mistakes — and the trust is difficult to restore, a University of Michigan study says.
University of Michigan From ACM Careers | February 2, 2023
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.
Financial Times From ACM TechNews | December 27, 2022
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 Register From ACM Careers | December 27, 2022
Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital and MIT used a computer vision algorithm in a system to measure adherence to and provide real-time feedback on mask...Brigham and Women’s Hospital From ACM Careers | December 13, 2022