Tag Archives: Artificial intelligence

30Apr/23

Artificial Intelligence and Faith: Could an AI become religious?

27 April 2023 /Lifestyle/ — AI can be trained on human behavior, but it is important to remember that AI is not human. AI does not have the same experiences, emotions, or motivations as humans. As a result, it is difficult to say whether AI can be religious or spiritual. Continue reading

29Apr/23

Why critical thinking an important skill in the age of AI.

April 29, 2023 /Business/ — It will require critical thinking and systems thinking to get the most out of AI tools. Being a Prompt Engineer will become a great skill to have in your toolbox. Prompt engineers simply need a decent level of language and grammar skills, data analysis, and critical thinking.

Prompted Critical thinking is the key. AI generators are not designed to assess the veracity of text they input and output. Nor are they intended to use any sort of critical thinking, which is why jobs that require critical thinking are not about to be replaced by Generative AI.

You don’t need to memorize – it’s time to focus on real-life skills, critical thinking, and emotional intelligence. The critical thinking required to enter a prompt and use AI tools effectively is worth training for – not the memorization of information. Continue reading

29Apr/23

Which types of jobs are threatened by AI and automation?

April 28, 2023 /Economy/ — Generative AI is a type of artificial intelligence that is capable of generating text, images, and other content that is indistinguishable from human-created output. This technology has the potential to automate a wide range of tasks that are currently performed by humans, including customer service, data entry, and even creative writing.

The Goldman Sachs report predicts that generative AI could automate 18% of work globally, with the effects felt most deeply in advanced economies. This is because advanced economies tend to have a higher concentration of white-collar jobs, which are more susceptible to automation. Continue reading

28Apr/23

What is the EU proposal regulation on generative AI?

The European Commission proposed a regulation on Artificial Intelligence (AI), also known as the AI Act. The AI Act is the first-ever legal framework on AI by a major regulator anywhere. The AI Act aims to ensure that AI systems placed on the market in the European Union are trustworthy and do not pose unacceptable risks to people, fundamental rights, or the environment. Continue reading
27Apr/23

AI can process more information than humans – so will it stop us repeating our mistakes?

Anders Sandberg, University of Oxford

It is a cliche that not knowing history makes one repeat it. As many people have also pointed out, the only thing we learn from history is that we rarely learn anything from history. People engage in land wars in Asia over and over. They repeat the same dating mistakes, again and again. But why does this happen? And will technology put an end to it?

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26Apr/23

How to build a startup in Legal Technology

The Google Cloud Startup Summit 2023 was a virtual event that brought together startup founders, investors, and Google Cloud experts to discuss the latest trends and technologies that are shaping the startup landscape. The event covered a wide range of topics, including app and data modernization, cost optimization, and AI.

One of the key points raised during the summit was the importance of data for startups. Data is essential for startups to understand their customers, make better decisions, and drive growth. Google Cloud offers a wide range of data solutions that can help startups collect, store, and analyze data more effectively.
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25Apr/23

ChatGPT: how to use AI as a virtual financial adviser

Eun Young (EY) Oh, University of Portsmouth

From chatbots and virtual assistants to fraud detection and risk management, artificial intelligence (AI) is now being used in many areas of finance. But what could an AI system like ChatGPT do for your bank balance?

AI tools might seem overly complex or expensive to non-experts, but advances in natural language processing and machine learning could turn ChatGPT and similar products into virtual personal finance assistants. This would mean having an expert on hand to help you make sense of the latest financial news and data.

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22Apr/23

How newsrooms are introducing AI in their workflows.

April 21, 2023 /Media/ –There are a number of ways that newsrooms are introducing AI into their workflows. Some newsrooms are using AI to automate tasks, such as fact-checking and data analysis. Others are using AI to generate content, such as headlines and summaries. Still others are using AI to personalize content for readers. Some of the most common uses include: Continue reading

22Apr/23

The Metaverse will get a big boost from AI

April 21, 2023 /Technology/ –The metaverse is a virtual world where people can interact with each other and with digital objects. It is still in its early stages, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way we live, work, and play.

AI can play a major role in the development of the metaverse. It can be used to create more realistic and immersive experiences, to provide personalized content and services, and to automate tasks.

Here are some specific ways that AI can boost the metaverse: Continue reading

21Apr/23

Google merges Brain, DeepMind into new unit that will focus on artificial intelligence

April 21, 2023 /Technology/ – On April 20, 2023, Google announced that it would be merging its two main artificial intelligence research units, Google Brain and DeepMind, into a new unit called Google AI. The new unit will be led by Jeff Dean, who is currently the lead of Google Brain.
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