The artificial intelligence boom means a multi-trillion dollar industry is coming into existence before our eyes. With great opportunity come great risks, as two important new Australian reports show.
Curious about how ChatGPT can help you at work? Be careful what company information might be given away while experimenting, warns a UNSW Business School professor.
Pausing AI development will give our governments and culture time to catch up with and steer the rush of new technology.
The sudden removal of ‘erotic’ features from the virtual friend app has left lovelorn users high and dry.
Google is one of a number of companies getting involved in AI music-generation.
Whether you’re using it to write a poem, a business report or learn more about your favourite hobby, ChatGPT is gaining popularity for its human-like conversations.
Over 85,000 workers in tech have been laid off so far in 2023. So, what does this mean for the industry – and the wider economy?
We’re facing a significant advance in AI using methods that are not described in scientific literature, and with datasets restricted to a single for-profit company.
Ada Lovelace said computers could not invent. But a century later, Alan Turing pointed out inventiveness in machines could be found in their capacity to produce surprising and innovative results.
The AI leans on a particular tactic for its success. If you knew what it was, beating it would get drastically easier.