GPT's capabilities keep on expanding, but output quality will inevitably vary
The limit is now three submissions per day
GenAI productivity onslaught from Google
"AI systems could replicate, or even amplify, existing challenges posed by the internet and social media"
It may result in the largest lawsuit involving AI to date
Arguably one of the fields most affected by AI is journalism
Famed theoretical physicist plays down extinction fears caused by "glorified tape recorder" AI systems
A lot of people feel the same way
One student's answer was, "I am just an AI language model, I don't have an opinion on that"
But ChatGPT's confidence and politeness convince some people it's right
OpenAI, Alphabet, and Meta have been called out
Has OpenAI broken consumer protection laws?
ChatGPT's visitors fell for the first time ever
It's not a feature; it's a bug
A monumentally bad idea which proves to be "worse than useless"
Sweet revenge for about $2 per month
Google is working on the next-generation of generative AI algorithms
The judge chided the lawyers for "abandoning their responsibilities"
Ask and you shall receive
ChatGPT is spreading like a weed
When you train LLMs with LLM-generated content, the results tend to be digital poop
Why it matters: AI-based plagiarism is becoming an increasingly annoying and dangerous phenomenon, especially for genuine science research publications. Many people (and researchers) are trying to develop a practical solution against this kind of troublesome pettiness, and a new approach seems to work particularly well for a specific kind of scientific papers.
Distributed computing for generative AI
That's likely to change as time goes on
ChatGPT found guilty of fabricating cases and citations for a Manhattan lawyer's Federal Court filing
When asked, the AI confirmed that all of the cases were real