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Things You Should Know But Don’t: AI and the Art of Horror
Posted October 24, 2022 Written by Claire

Several months ago, OpenAI’s image generator, DALL-E Mini, entered the popular lexicon, trending on social media to the point where […]

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Things You Should Know But Don’t: Can AI Know Your Age?
Posted October 10, 2022 Written by Claire

Commonly, biometric data is used to provide security in our day-to-day lives. We unlock our phones and open private apps […]

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Things You Should Know But Don’t: Do No Harm
Posted June 20, 2022 Written by Claire

In a recent article in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Susan D’Agostino presents provocative views faced by the artificial […]

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Things You Should Know But Don’t: One Pixel Away
Posted March 28, 2022 Written by Claire

A chilling statement in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists presents yet another example of the dangers of pursuing technology […]

I’ll Be Back…
Posted February 15, 2021 Written by admin

While the Terminator has not arrived (yet), robotics and artificial intelligence have made quantum leaps toward reality.

Things You Should Know But Don’t: Facial Recognition & Law Enforcement
Posted July 7, 2020 Written by admin

Facial recognition technology isn’t new. In fact, since 2017, most people who use an iPhone have the ability to set up their phones so that it unlocks automatically when it recognizes their faces. The technology itself has been around even longer. So why is the conversation around facial recognition getting so much attention in the media?

Things You Should Know But Don’t: OpenAI’s GPT-2 Model
Posted April 20, 2020 Written by admin

OpenAI, a research organization focused on artificial intelligence, searches for ways to expand and aid online-based programs. Their work with […]