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Yann LeCun: ChatGPT 'Not Particularly Innovative'
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Yann LeCun: ChatGPT 'Not Particularly Innovative'

Deep learning pioneer says many research labs are using the same techniques and doing the same kind of work.

How ChatGPT Could Revolutionize Education
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How ChatGPT Could Revolutionize Education

Could an AI chatbot change learning forever?

At the Boundary of Machine and Mind
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At the Boundary of Machine and Mind

An interview with researcher Linus Lee.

It Is Time to Have a Group Chat about AI
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It Is Time to Have a Group Chat about AI

We need to seriously consider how to regulate the use of AI—long before it can replace the functions of tens of millions to billions of people.

Human Values for Artificial Intelligence
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Human Values for Artificial Intelligence

We must act now to ensure that AI's development is guided by human-centric principles.

The Battle Over Women's Data
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The Battle Over Women's Data

In a post-Roe world, bodily autonomy must include control over personal data.

Software Engineering of Machine Learning Systems
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Software Engineering of Machine Learning Systems

Seeking to make machine learning more dependable.

Fears about AI Are Overblown
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Fears about AI Are Overblown

ChatGPT is a net gain for society.

Dense Visual Representations, NeRFs, and LLMs for Robotics
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Dense Visual Representations, NeRFs, and LLMs for Robotics

Google research scientist Pete Florence discusses how robotics can benefit from dense visual representations, neural radiance fields, and large language models....

The AI Ethicist's Dirty Hands Problem
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The AI Ethicist's Dirty Hands Problem

Attempting to balance sometimes-conflicting interests.

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.

From Quantum Computing to Quantum Communications
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From Quantum Computing to Quantum Communications

Attempting to disentangle mechanical principles.
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