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Tech companies are taking your conversations, photos and documents to teach their AI how to write, paint, and pretend to be human.
It’s a practice that could introduce further errors into already error-prone models.
An update to Zoom’s terms of service is worrying some online that the company now has permission to use their videos and chat logs for artificial intelligence training with no ability to opt out.
A TIME investigation reveals the difficult conditions faced by the workers who made ChatGPT possible.
Indigenous Knowledges Informing ‘Machine Learning’ Could Prevent Stolen Art and Other Culturally Unsafe AI PracticesThe Conversation
There are many programs where people can generate art using AI. However, this comes with a risk of non-Indigenous people generating Indigenous art, which negatively affects Indigenous artists.
Artificial intelligence has entered a new era. From search to education to art, recent advancements in AI promise to shake up the way we work and live. Yet for some of us, AI poses more questions than answers. How will it affect us? Are there risks? How do we make it trustworthy?