I’m interested in the implications of AI in aspect of my own research (there’s something on it in my next book):

Molly Gluck, Inverse, ChatGPT Could Make Tech Feel More Human — But Don’t Treat It Like One, AI Experts Say

“Digital tasks could get way easier, as long as we’re careful about it.”.Mashable, Try ‘the new Bing’ ahead of the official launch. How to preview the AI-powered search engine.

“Since Microsoft announced a new and improved version of its search engine integrated with OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology, select users have been granted early access to test it out. There’s currently a waitlist to receive access when Microsoft rolls out Bing to more users in the coming weeks. But if you’re dying to see how it works, you can see a live demo on desktop now.”.ZDNet, What is generative AI and why is it so popular? Here’s everything you need to know

When a dataset leaves out people of color or women, algorithms can learn to have implicit biases.

In this comic, @jovialjoy and the Algorithmic Justice League @AJLUnited are on a mission to snuff out these data biases.

Illustrated by @stillvrenihttps://t.co/FDZNIXAyrP— TED Radio Hour (@TEDRadioHour) February 15, 2023

Scholarcy is an AI-powered app to help you with academic reading — think of it as your personal reading assistant.

But most academics don’t know much about it.

Here’s how to supercharge your reading with Scholarcy:— Mushtaq Bilal, PhD (@MushtaqBilalPhD) February 17, 2023

How to use ChatGPT ethically to write a perfect first draft (of your journal article, dissertation chapter, etc.):— Mushtaq Bilal, PhD (@MushtaqBilalPhD) February 15, 2023


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