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Is This the End of Traditional Education? OpenAI’s Sora Raises the Stakes

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With OpenAI’s launch of Sora, showcasing its ability to transform text into unbelievably realistic videos, how can this innovation redefine the way we create and consume educational content? Michael Horn, the Co-Founder of the Clayton Christensen Institute sees Sora not just as a tool but as a gateway to democratizing education. He highlights the profound […]

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AI Copyright Clash: The Future of AI Tools Could Hinge on the Result of The New York Times Legal Battle with OpenAI

The future of AI Tools, content ownership, fair use, business practices, and copyright laws could all depend on a legal battle that is shaping up to be one of the most important of the twenty-first century. In a landmark lawsuit, the New York Times has sued OpenAI and Microsoft, alleging copyright infringement by using […]

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NYT vs. OpenAI: Media Agencies Deserve Regular Payments for Intellectual Property in the AI Era

In the wake of The New York Times’ lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft for allegedly using its content without compensation, the media industry faces a pivotal moment in defining the value of its intellectual property in the AI era. This legal action underscores a growing concern: How should media outlets be compensated for the […]

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Generative AI is Pushing Human-Computer Interaction Closer to its Goal of Maximized Efficiency

Technological advancements in Generative AI (artificial intelligence) provide a significant opportunity to evolve human-computer interaction (HCI). Still, the path to get there is critical if there’s to be success, not resistance. WiMi Hologram Cloud is one company working on this evolution. Its Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) system that uses a hybrid vision model based on […]

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OpenAI Offers New Privacy Options for ChatGPT

(Bloomberg) — OpenAI is letting people opt to withhold their ChatGPT conversations from use in training the artificial intelligence company’s models. The move could be a privacy safeguard for people who sometimes share sensitive information with the popular AI chatbot. The startup said Tuesday that ChatGPT users can now turn off their chat histories by clicking a toggle switch in their account […]

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ChatGPT’s New Plug-Ins Are the Next Step Towards Integration Symbiosis Between OpenAI and its B2B End-Users

Just as the world was getting used to the current iteration of ChatGPT functionality, it’s time to prepare for the next generation of generative AI use cases. OpenAI recently announced it’s adding plug-in support to ChatGPT, which, among other integrations with third party services, would give the bot access to live data from the web, […]

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Top Executives Want AI Enterprise Automation. Here’s Why Domain-Specific Solutions Are the Way to Go.

AI tools were envisioned to soak up the tedium in our days. With surprising accuracy and verisimilitude, AIs like ChatGPT are able to send emails, sort data, and automate repetitious tasks far more efficiently than people can. And this is a good thing, especially if it opens us up to spend more time with […]

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Edge AI is Revolutionizing Disaster Recovery with Speed and Precision
April 22, 2024

Edge AI is revolutionizing disaster recovery by bringing processing power closer to the front lines, where rapid response and real-time data are vital. At the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, researchers are harnessing AI to predict and manage natural disasters more effectively, providing first responders with tools that could save lives during events like wildfires […]

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Galvanized Steel Leads the Way in Sustainable Building Practices From Cost Savings to Environmental Benefits
April 22, 2024

As the construction industry navigates the complexities of sustainability and economic pressures, the role of galvanized steel has become increasingly pertinent in sustainable architecture. This material, celebrated for its durability and low environmental impact, is gaining attention amid global steel market fluctuations and rising demands for sustainable building practices. With significant shifts in manufacturing […]

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The Winning Combination in Edge AI is Combining Cutting-Edge Hardware with Smart Software
April 22, 2024

As the world heads towards a technology-driven future, the integration of AI and edge computing is proving to be a game changer, particularly in the realm of IoT. These innovations are making it possible to process and analyze data where it’s collected, drastically reducing latency and enhancing real-time decision-making capabilities. The burgeoning field of […]

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Rethink Everything: Modern Cloud Environments Demand a Fusion of New Security Architectures, Continuous Education and Educated Partnerships
April 22, 2024

As businesses increasingly transition to cloud environments, the conversation around cybersecurity has become more crucial. The shift from on-premise to cloud-based infrastructures offers notable benefits like scalability and cost savings, yet it introduces unique challenges and complexities in security management. The stakes are high, with a significant rise in cyber threats exploiting the vulnerabilities […]

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Are Chatbots for PR a Boon, an Annoyance, or a Replacement? For Now, They’re All of the Above
March 14, 2023

At what point will chatbots like ChatGPT automate the entire PR industry? Big questions like that have been tossed around about a number of industries since ChatGPT’s meteoric rise to fame after its release in November. But when it comes to chatbots for PR specifically, their strengths are actually not in writing complete stories […]

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Video Producers Say Generative AI for Scriptwriting is a Great Brainstorming Tool
March 14, 2023

Since the public launch of OpenAI’s ChatGPT late last year, AI has been having its moment in the spotlight. While aspiring sci-fi authors are using the viral tool to write short stories (prompting one magazine to stop accepting submissions temporarily), students are using it to give a first pass at their essays. In the […]

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Weighing the Risks of AI Tools, From Demographic Bias to Privacy Violations
March 10, 2023

With Microsoft announcing a multibillion dollar investment into ChatGPT, Google launching Bard, and China’s search engine giant Baidu, Inc. entering the race with Ernie, the AI party has officially begun. More companies are integrating ChatGPT into their daily operations as the tool proves itself as flexible for a variety of use cases, and adoption […]

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AI Failed At Writing Sci-Fi. Here’s Why Publishers May Just Want Them to Succeed
March 9, 2023

Recently, science fiction magazine Clarkesworld was forced to close submissions for authors after being flooded with stories written by AI tools. While it was clear that the AI failed at writing sci-fi, this failure pointed towards larger problem: AI-assisted plagiarism. Neil Clarke, the editor of Clarkesworld, said the amount of spam the magazine typically […]

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Do the Challenges Outweigh the Potential of Using ChatGPT in CDI?
March 8, 2023

Chat GPT in CDI (Clinical Documentation Integrity) is real. In the rapidly evolving realm of artificial intelligence (AI), the chatter has reached a fever pitch around the potential uses of ChatGPT, OpenAI’s conversational AI model. Since its unveiling in November 2022, advocates have championed the technology’s potential in sectors as varied as healthcare, […]

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Should More Companies Deploy Large Language Models as a Customer Service Tool?
February 23, 2023

So much of customer service is just anticipating customers needs. Businesses need to know when clients need more information, when their needs will increase, and what issues will arise along the way. It is in this very anticipation, this proactivity, that large language models and generative AI like GPT-3 shine. At its most basic, all […]

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ChatGPT is Proving its Utility at Work. Should Educators Encourage Using ChatGPT in the Classroom?
February 23, 2023

If ChatGPT were human, it would have become a corporate executive and doctor by now. This AI tool has already passed medical and MBA exams, which is making education professionals rethink their approach to test design. At the same time, it’s proving how capable generative AI is for maneuvering the academic field and digging through […]

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Will Generative AI and ChatGPT Integration Pave the Future for Small Businesses?
February 9, 2023

Since the release of ChatGPT, it feels like you can’t turn anywhere without hearing about how generative AI is upending industries from art to tech to finance to business. While this might be true, small businesses might be the ones to benefit the most from ChatGPT integration.  While chatbots have existed in some form or […]

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Microsoft Adds $10 Billion to Investment in ChatGPT Maker OpenAI
January 23, 2023

(Bloomberg) — Microsoft Corp. is making a $10 billion investment over several years in OpenAI, the pioneering artificial intelligence research lab behind ChatGPT and DALL-E. The news comes less than a week after the company said it’s laying off 10,000 workers as a weakening economy crimps software demand. Microsoft noted in that announcement that it will still […]

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