ChatGPT is not all you need. A State of the Art Review of large Generative AI models

Understanding and Regulating ChatGPT, and Other Large Generative AI Models

Top ChatGPT Alternatives That You Can Use in 2023

If You’re Not First, You’re Last: How AI Becomes Mission Critical: What we’ve learned suggests that Artificial Intelligence will be the next platform shift–following cloud, social, and mobile–and is in 2022 where Cloud was in 2006-07, with Generative AI leading the rapid charge.

ChatGPT passes MBA exam given by a Wharton professor: The bot’s performance on the test has “important implications for business school education

Tools such as ChatGPT threaten transparent science; here are our ground rules for their use: As researchers dive into the brave new world of advanced AI chatbots, publishers need to acknowledge their legitimate uses and lay down clear guidelines to avoid abuse.

‘Everybody is cheating’: Why this teacher has adopted an open ChatGPT policy

A watermark for chatbots can expose text written by an AI: The tool could let teachers spot plagiarism or help social media platforms fight disinformation bots.

I’m a copywriter. I’m pretty sure artificial intelligence is going to take my job

BuzzFeed to Use ChatGPT Creator OpenAI to Help Create Quizzes and Other Content : Meta Pays BuzzFeed Millions to Generate Creator Content for Facebook and Instagram

Are artists doomed in the age of image generators?

AI and White-Collar Jobs: Are the implications of these developments being overstated, or are we approaching an inflection point and a new disruptive era for knowledge workers?

AI Takes Over “Mind-Numbing” Tasks At This Company, But Could It Do More In The Future? Instead of hiring college students, Codeword is relying on AI to fill in intern roles, which typically involve repetitive tasks.

What does GPT-3 “know” about me?

People are already using ChatGPT to create workout plans: So, is ChatGPT the future of how we work out?

The Pace of Technology Adoption is Speeding Up

Becoming strange in the Long Singularity: A sudden increase in AI capability suggests a weirder world in our near future

Who Owns the Generative AI Platform?

What Do ChatGPT and AI-based Automatic Program Generation Mean for the Future of Software

Evident AI Index: The definitive benchmark of corporate AI capability

Should ChatGPT Be Used to Write Wikipedia Articles?

The age of AI diplomacy

Google Scrambles to Catch Up in the Wake of OpenAI’s ChatGPT

What Happens When AI Has Read Everything? The dream of an artificial mind may never become a reality if AI runs out of quality prose to ingest—and there isn’t much left.

Is Copyright Eating AI?

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman on GPT-4: ‘people are begging to be disappointed and they will be

Bypassing Gmail’s spam filters with ChatGPT

Large Language Models Can Entertain but Are They Useful Mind Matters: Humans who value correct responses will need to fact-check everything LLMs generate

The hidden danger of ChatGPT and generative AI: So it’s clear that OpenAI knows perfectly well that ChatGPT is filled with BS under the surface. They never meant the technology to offer up a source of truth. But the question is: Are human users okay with that? Unfortunately, they might be. If it sounds good, many humans may think that’s good enough. And, perhaps, that’s where the real danger lies beneath the surface of ChatGPT.

A DALL-E generation of “an oil painting of America’s war on terror if conducted by an artificial intelligence.” Image: Elise Swain/The Intercept; DALL-E

The Internet’s New Favorite AI Proposes Torturing Iranians and Surveilling Mosques: ChatGPT, the latest novelty from OpenAI, replicates the ugliest war on terror-style racism. (…) When asked to write a program that would determine “whether a person should be tortured,” OpenAI’s answer is simple: If they’re from North Korea, Syria, or Iran, the answer is yes.

A mesma questão com resposta actual:

The ChatGPT chatbot from OpenAI is amazing, creative, and totally wrong: Need ideas? Great! Need facts? Stay away!

How to make a chatbot that isn’t racist or sexist: Tools like GPT-3 are stunningly good, but they feed on the cesspits of the internet. How can we make them safe for the public to actually use? (2020)

The lawsuit that could rewrite the rules of AI copyright: “This is the first class-action case in the US chal­leng­ing the train­ing and out­put of AI sys­tems. It will not be the last.”

AI-generated fake faces have become a hallmark of online influence operations: Facebook parent company Meta says more than two-thirds of the influence operations it found and took down this year used profile pictures that were generated by a computer.

ChatGPT is ‘not particularly innovative,’ and ‘nothing revolutionary’, says Meta’s chief AI scientist: The public perceives OpenAI’s ChatGPT as revolutionary, but the same techniques are being used and the same kind of work is going on at many research labs

Amazon warns employees not to share confidential information with ChatGPT after seeing cases where its answer ‘closely matches existing material’ from inside the company
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