As generatlive AI platforms ingest greater oceans of data and get connected to more and more corporate databases, researchers are sounding an alarm: the tools are highly inaccurate and becoming more inscrutable.
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The unexpected firing on Friday of Sam Altman, the co-founder of ChatGPT creator OpenAI, continues to roil the tech industry.
Dell will be using AI tool developer Hugging Face to offer its customers open-source generative AI models for business purposes.
During the past 12 months, ChatGPT has fundamentally changed the landscape of AI. While warnings of impending doom from AI self-awareness still hang in the air, the technology has also surprised many by taking on tasks never thought possible.
After little more than a year on the job, Cisco CIO Fletcher Previn can already see that AI will create productivity and efficiency gains well worth the money spent on developing domain-specific models to address internal and external business plans.
Generative AI-based applications that can automatically learn, discover, and make recommendations or predictions based on user requests are leading the way.
New tools that can corrupt digitised artwork and other copyrighted materials are emerging to thwart generative AI models that scrape the internet to learn and provide content.
The White House today issued a long-awaited executive order that hammers out clear rules and oversight measures to ensure artificial intelligence is kept in check, while also providing paths for it to grow.
Two recent surveys point to a lack of confidence in AI and an outright fear it will replace workers' jobs.
A new Gartner poll reveals that genAI technology is being deployed by organisations for three key business processes, while a Google Cloud poll shows enthusiasm for AI tools among developers.
Many employees are doing the bare minimum to satisfy in-office requirements, simply showing up long enough to get credit for being there before returning home to work.
Meta this week unveiled a new chatbot connected to the Bing search engine that can have a conversation with a user and create images based on textual inputs.
Large language models are growing in size, as is the number of companies using generative AI technology. The more the models grow, the more CPUs they consume — exacerbating an already-strained chip supply chain.
Google is challenging Microsoft and ChatGPT for the top spot in generative AI technology with an assistant designed to handle any number of business and consumer tasks.
The recent trend of reassigning employees into roles designed to push them to quit could ultimately cost your company more money — and damage internal morale.