The public release of the chatbot has led to a global conversation about the risks and benefits of AI – a conversation few people were having just a few years ago.
It has been an epic backstabbing scene worthy of the HBO drama Succession.
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.
Artificial intelligence offers exciting new ways to work and learn, but there are reasons to be careful.
With the advent of ChatGPT, now is the time for universities to embark on a grand new adventure, write UNSW Business School's Chona Ryan, Christine Van Toorn, Eric Lim, Michael Cahalane and Sam Kirshner.
UNSW expert Dr Beena Ahmed says the way we collect and analyse medical and health information in the future could improve life expectancy.
There won’t be an easy tech fix for the questions about authorship raised by ChatGPT and other text generators.
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?
UNSW Sydney experts in computer science, business, and arts and media explain why ChatGPT can be valuable technology, if treated with caution.