The machines may change the world as you know it. But first, they’ll write a sonnet based on your favorite cereal.
Fake images of Trump getting arrested may not fool anyone—but the next thing cooked up by AI might.
The most crucial element of the fake Trump-arrest images is not that they are misleading. It is that they are cinematic.
Call it tech’s optical-illusion era: Not even the experts know exactly what will come next in the AI revolution.
Thanks to AI, every written word now comes with a question.
Behold GPT-4. Here’s what we know it can do, and what it can’t.
Bad actors could seize on large language models to engineer falsehoods at unprecedented scale.
Please don’t embarrass us, robots.
Our relationship to writing is about to change forever; it may not end well.
Garrett Gruener, the co-creator of Ask Jeeves, couldn’t beat Google, but he’s feeling just fine about the dawn of the chatbot era.
Generative AI programs like ChatGPT threaten to revolutionize how disinformation spreads online.
How transformative are the new AI search tools? Are they a new Skynet or just a new Clippy?
On creating serviceable copy using ChatGPT
Artificial intelligence could spare you some effort. Even if it does, it will create a lot more work in the process.
The human brain could explain why AI programs are so good at writing grammatically superb nonsense.
And that’s how it should be.
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Buzzy products like ChatGPT and DALL-E 2 will have to turn a profit eventually.
Deepfakes still might be poised to corrupt the basic ways we process reality—or what’s left of it.
OpenAI says programs like DALL-E 2 will “democratize” art.