The question facing any innovative company forging a brand-new path where regulation doesn’t yet exist is: Are we doing the right thing? Companies with huge artificial Intelligence development efforts including Google/Alphabet, OpenAI, Facebook/Meta, Apple, and Microsoft req...
In an America beset by polarization, culture war bickering, and politicians wired to “fight” rather than solve problems, this is a mid-summer love story about a program created with true bipartisan support.
Have you signed of for Threads, the new Zuck-hyped short-form text app? It’s the fastest social network to reach 100 million users, but that’s to be expected when Meta releases a “Twitter-killer” and promotes it on its uber-popular Instagram and Facebook services.
The Washington Post released a fascinating analysis of how AI chatbots gather content on the public Web. The report, Inside the secret list of websites that make AI like ChatGPT sound smart (subscription required) is a fascinating read.
This morning, I signed an Open Letter, putting my name together with academics, researchers, and business people calling on all Artificial Intelligence labs to immediately pause for at least 6 months the training of AI systems more powerful than GPT-4.
The Eighteenth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States established the prohibition of alcoholic beverages beginning in 1920. Now, just over one hundred years later, there’s talk in Congressional hearings of prohibiting the use of TikTok in the US.
This week, HubSpot launched ChatSpot, a new AI tool that makes it easy for HubSpot customers to use natural language prompts to access their marketing, sales, and customer support data in the HubSpot CRM.