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OpenAI launches an API for ChatGPT for $20/month

OpenAI launches an API for ChatGPT for $20/month

OpenAI has launched ChatGPT+, an API that provides access to the company's advanced conversational AI technology. ChatGPT+ has the ability to generate human-like responses to natural language queries and can be trained to understand and respond to industry-specific...

OpenAI’s ChatGPT founder says AI regulation is inevitable

OpenAI’s ChatGPT founder says AI regulation is inevitable

OpenAI’s founder built a $1 billion company to make sure artificial intelligence doesn’t destroy the world. Vox's Sigal Samuel reports on a talk given by OpenAI co-founder and former CEO Sam Altman at the University of Sydney. Altman discussed the potential risks of...

Meta’s AI Masters a Ruthless, Power-Seeking Game

Meta’s AI Masters a Ruthless, Power-Seeking Game

Meta, the parent company of Facebook, has created an artificial intelligence named Cicero that can beat humans in a complex game called Diplomacy. It demonstrated skills of negotiation, trickery and forethought and was able to fool humans into thinking it was real. AI...

Can GitHub’s Copilot AI put the fun back into being a developer?

Can GitHub’s Copilot AI put the fun back into being a developer?

GitHub did an experiment to see if people who use AI to help them code are faster than people who don't use AI. They found that the debate over who is faster is still an "open question." Key Points: On a mission to measure AI-assisted developer productivity,...

How AI Will Change Medicine Forever

How AI Will Change Medicine Forever

AI could be the medical breakthrough of a generation! From helping doctors make earlier diagnoses to improving mental health treatment, it has tremendous potential. Unfortunately, there are still some kinks that need ironing out - like ethical concerns and racial bias...

AI ‘predicts crime with 90 per cent accuracy’

AI ‘predicts crime with 90 per cent accuracy’

There is a new tool that can tell how much crime there will be in different cities in the USA. It was tested by looking at two kinds of crime: violent crimes (like murder and fighting) and property crimes (like stealing things). This new tool is better than other...

AI Transforming Freelance Work

AI Transforming Freelance Work

AI is transforming the way artists, writers, creators, photographers and software developers do freelance work.  AI is making jobs more secure, remote, efficient and easier to find. Key Points: AI is revolutionizing freelance work. AI is making jobs more secure and...

Google Claims Achieving Quantum Supremacy

Google Claims Achieving Quantum Supremacy

Google researchers claimed that their quantum processor, named Sycamore, had performed a calculation in just 200 seconds that would have taken the world's most powerful supercomputer 10,000 years to complete. This breakthrough has important implications for fields...

The AI Economy: How Innovation Will Be Further Accelerated

The AI Economy: How Innovation Will Be Further Accelerated

The emergence of AI has brought significant changes to various industries, from healthcare to finance. This explores the role of AI in shaping the future of the global economy. Key Points: AI is transforming the economy by automating tasks, improving productivity, and...

The Rise of Robot-Human Relationships in the Digital Age

The Rise of Robot-Human Relationships in the Digital Age

The Atlantic explores the rise of robot-human relationships and the ethical and societal implications of this trend. As robots become more integrated into our lives, they are increasingly being designed to serve as companions and partners, raising questions about the...

North America put more robots to work in 2018 than ever before

North America put more robots to work in 2018 than ever before

The use of robots and automation is on the rise in North America, with many businesses turning to these technologies to increase productivity and efficiency. Automation is changing the face of labor and what it means for workers and the economy. Key Points: The use of...