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Bard can now explain code snippets and generate code. It is capable of explaining why a block has the result that it does.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company's experts call this aspect of AI a "black box."
Ivan Sutherland, who helped pioneer CMOS semiconductors decades ago, believes the U.S. can regain the global lead in advanced chipmaking.
In an open letter, a group of EU lawmakers said regulators should be given authority to govern the development of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.
A study by Cornell University researchers found that the public responded well to two remote-controlled trash barrel robots installed at a Manhattan plaza, one for landfill waste and one for recycling.
Under the new legislation, the EU will have a unified approach to crypto asset regulation across all 27 member states, meaning firms approved in one country can "passport" their operations into others.
ChatGPT and other bots have revived conversations on artificial general intelligence. Scientists say algorithms won't surpass you any time soon.
The Hyena code is able to handle amounts of data that make GPT-style technology run out of memory and fail.
Historically, learn-to-code efforts have provided opportunities for the few, but new efforts are aiming to be inclusive.
Artificial intelligence can re-create voices that may have otherwise been lost to disease.
The company's artificial intelligence services may be breaking data protection laws, and there is no resolution in sight.
Cloud-computing usage at large companies is measured in millions of records a day, making it 'humanly impossible' to keep track of costs.
Britain's National Cybersecurity Centre also warned about hackers-for-hire, mercenary spies whose activities it said "raise the likelihood of unpredictable targeting or unintentional escalation."
A big problem is that they are black boxes.
How cybercriminals use ChatGPT in creating malware and cyberattacks.
Twitter will no longer be available on Microsoft Advertising as the service relies on API access.
There are still a lot of copyright issues to hash out in the age of artificial intelligence.
The researchers developed two types of ecological reservoir computing as a proof-of-concept that ecological networks have computational power.
A nonprofit based in Tulsa, OK, is recruiting Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion for jobs in the region's expanding technology sector.
Cornell University's Malte Jung, and Hannah Pelikan from Sweden's Linköping University, are using sound to improve autonomous buses' navigation and communication capabilities.
David B. Papworth has been named to receive the ACM Charles P. "Chuck" Thacker Breakthrough in Computing Award for his work on microprocessors at Intel.
The city's exploration of personal rapid transit is a rejection of both traditional trains and the vision of autonomous vehicles traveling on conventional roads.
Increasingly, the future of the Internet Archive looks under threat.
OpenFortune, which deals exclusively in the tiny tickers of printed messages lurking in the clamshell cookies, is now using ChatGPT to produce them.
Scientists are creating earthworm-inspired soft robots, envisioning their flexibility as an advantage for penetrating hard-to-reach areas.
The U.K.'s Metropolitan Police Service and South Wales Police remain commited to using Live Facial Recognition after research revealed "substantial improvement" in their systems' accuracy.
An investigation by The New York Times uncovered 34 large-scale bitcoin mining operations in the U.S., which are straining the power grid, inflating electricity bills, and producing massive carbon emissions.
Light waves bouncing around could replace a significant portion of digital computation.
This presentation is from a private gathering in San Francisco on March 9th with leading technologists and decision-makers with the ability to influence the future of large-language model A.I.s.
An electronic patch developed by North Carolina State University (NC State) scientists can monitor crops for various pathogens and threats.