OpenAI Rolls Out Incognito Mode on ChatGPT That Does Not Save Users’ Conversation History

OpenAI is introducing what one employee called an “incognito mode” for its hit chatbot ChatGPT that does not save users’ conversation history or use it to improve its artificial intelligence, the company said Tuesday. The San Francisco-based startup also said it planned a “ChatGPT Business” subscription with additional data controls. The move comes as scrutiny … Read more

ChatGPT: How to Use AI as a Virtual Financial Adviser

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 … Read more

ChatGPT Performs Worse Than Students at Accounting Exams, Struggles With Mathematical Process

Researchers found students to have fared better at accounting exams than ChatGPT, OpenAI’s chatbot product. Despite this, they said that ChatGPT’s performance was “impressive” and that it was a “game changer that will change the way everyone teaches and learns – for the better.” The researchers from Brigham Young University (BYU), US, and 186 other … Read more

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai Reaps $226 Million Compensation in 2022 Amid Layoffs

Alphabet Chief Executive Sundar Pichai received total compensation of about $226 million (roughly Rs. 1,850 crore) in 2022, more than 800 times the median employee’s pay, the company said in a securities filing on Friday. Pichai’s compensation included stock awards of about $218 million (roughly Rs. 1,800 crore), the filing showed. The pay disparity comes … Read more

Google Bard Now Helps Write Software Codes in 20 Programming Languages

Alphabet’s Google said on Friday it will update Bard, its generative artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, to help people write code to develop software, as the tech giant plays catch-up in a fast-moving race on AI technology. Last month, the company started the public release of Bard to gain ground on Microsoft. The release of ChatGPT, … Read more

Michael Schumacher’s Family Planning Legal Action Against German Magazine Over AI-Generated Interview

Michael Schumacher‘s family are planning legal action against a German weekly magazine over an ‘interview’ with the seven times Formula One champion that was generated by artificial intelligence. A spokesperson for the Schumacher family, asked by Reuters for a comment on Wednesday, pointed to published reports of legal action. The Ferrari great has not been … Read more

Google’s Rush to Take Its AI Chatbot Bard Public Led to Ethical Lapses, Employees Say

Shortly before Google introduced Bard, its AI chatbot, to the public in March, it asked employees to test the tool. One worker’s conclusion: Bard was “a pathological liar,” according to screenshots of the internal discussion. Another called it “cringe-worthy.” One employee wrote that when they asked Bard suggestions for how to land a plane, it … Read more

Artist Sparks Angry Row Over AI Work That Won Prestigious Photo Award

A German artist has sparked an angry row after winning a prestigious photography prize with an entry that was generated by artificial intelligence. Boris Eldagsen eventually rejected the gong from the Sony World Photography Awards after concluding that such competitions were not yet equipped to handle AI entries. The awards organisers initially accused the artist … Read more

Adobe to Add Generative AI Tools to Its Video Editing Software to Help Change Visuals, Music

Adobe on Monday said it plans to introduce new artificial intelligence (AI) features into its video editing software used by the film and television industries. The tools will let video editors do things like change the lighting in a shot from midday to sunset or generate background music just by typing in a few words … Read more

Older People Perceive AI as More Human-Like Than Younger Adults: Study

Artificial Intelligence is becoming more prevalent in our daily lives. While these technologies primarily assist us, they may sometimes be utilised in negative ways, such as in fraudulent or scam calls, thus we must be able to recognise them. According to a recent Baycrest study, older persons tend to be less capable than their younger … Read more