Generative AI & Large Language Models (LLMs)

Building Ethical AI: A Guide for Developers on Avoiding Bias and Designing Responsible Systems

The intersection of philosophy and artificial intelligence may seem obvious, but there are many different levels to be considered. We talked to Katleen Gabriels, Assistant Professor in Ethics and Philosophy of Technology and author of the 2020 book “Conscientious AI: Machines Learning Morals”. We asked her about the intersection of philosophy and AI, about the ethics of ChatGPT, AGI and the singularity.

Google Bard: The Answer to ChatGPT?

With the release of the AI ChatGPT at the end of November 2022, OpenAI made big waves that don’t seem to be dying down. For a long time, not just in the tech bubble, people waited for the giant Google to answer. Now here it is: Google introduced its conversational AI, Bard. We take a look at the announcement, the technology, and speculate a bit about Google’s apparent hesitation.

Generative Adversarial Networks: “GANs can create new ‘realities’ that never existed”

Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) have recently sparked an increasing amount of interest, as they can generate images of faces that look convincingly real. What else are they capable of, what risks could they pose in the long run, and what do they have in common with the emerging internet in the 1990’s? We interviewed ML Conference speaker Xander Steenbrugge.

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