Bill Gates says AI is only the second revolutionary tech advancement in his lifetime

Published: March 21, 2023 at 4:43 p.m. ET For the second time in his 67 years, Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates said, he has been truly blown away by technology. The first time was back in 1980, when he was introduced to the graphical user interface, which became the rock upon which he built Microsoft’s … Read more

OpenAI Rolls Out Updated Version of Viral Chatbot ChatGPT

The company behind the viral chatbot ChatGPT launched a new version of its artificial intelligence technology on Tuesday, saying it was more powerful and predictable than previous versions and capable of analyzing images and handling much larger blocks of text. The announcement from OpenAI—a startup backed by billions of dollars from Microsoft Corp. —is the … Read more

Why ChatGPT, AI are taking over the cold call: Salesforce leader

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The launch of ChatGPT has started a wave of technology companies looking to integrate generative AI into their products and apps. Salesforce is rolling out a new product that uses OpenAI’s advanced AI models to help salespeople, customer service workers, developers and others remove mundane tasks from their workday. One job burden in particular being … Read more

Oracle’s Ellison: Health-Care AI ‘More Important’ Than ‘Very Cool’ ChatGPT


Cloud News Wade Tyler Millward March 10, 2023, 09:23 AM EST ‘People talk about ChatGPT being really cool because it can write my high-school essay for me. Well, how about reducing hospital readmissions at MD Anderson by 30 percent? You decide which is more important,’ Oracle Chairman and CTO Larry Ellison … Read more

The Challenge to Humanity From ChatGPT

The OpenAI logo and ChatGPT website, Feb. 26. Photo: Jakub Porzycki/Zuma Press Henry Kissinger, Eric Schmidt and Daniel Huttenlocher are luminaries whose words deserve to be taken seriously (“ChatGPT Heralds an Intellectual Revolution,” op-ed, Feb. 25). But their central thesis, that a computer program could “transform the human cognitive process” in a way tantamount to … Read more

Apple Blocks Update of ChatGPT-Powered App, as Concerns Grow Over AI’s Potential Harm

Apple Inc. AAPL 0.41% has delayed the approval of an email-app update with AI-powered language tools over concerns that it could generate inappropriate content for children, according to communications Apple sent to the app maker. The software developer disagrees with Apple’s decision. Apple took steps last week to block an update of email app BlueMail … Read more

Opinion: AI programs like ChatGPT are going to serve us — and that’s the scary part

It’s been paired with the email program of a dyslexic businessman  to assist with clearer communications that helped him land new sales. The technology has ignited fierce debate. Is artificial intelligence a jobs killer? Can the integrity of academic credentials be protected against plagiarism?   The answer is yes — if your work is fairly structured or regulated. OpenAI is … Read more

UIDAI Introduces AI-Based Fingerprint Authentication Feature for Aadhaar

UIDAI Introduces AI-Based Fingerprint Authentication Feature for Aadhaar

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has rolled out a new security mechanism for Aadhaar-based fingerprint authentication and faster detection of spoofing attempts, an official release said on Monday. The artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) based security mechanism which has been developed in-house is now using a “combination of both finger minutia and … Read more

ChatGPT Heralds an Intellectual Revolution

A new technology bids to transform the human cognitive process as it has not been shaken up since the invention of printing. The technology that printed the Gutenberg Bible in 1455 made abstract human thought communicable generally and rapidly. But new technology today reverses that process. Whereas the printing press caused a profusion of modern … Read more

Generative AI is a legal minefield

Illustration: Allie Carl/Axios New generative AI systems like ChatGPT and Dall-E raise a host of novel questions for a legal system that always imagined people, rather than machines, as the creators of content. Why it matters: The courts will have to sort out knotty problems like whether AI companies had rights to use the data … Read more