The White House is working with big tech companies to agree to testing and reporting measures to reduce AI risks. These voluntary measures are a precursor to regulation.
Workers in Las Vegas have been watching automation and technology inch into their workplace. Now with AI, the city is preparing to adapt its service-heavy tourism economy.
Turns out multiple choice options work better for SATs than for storytelling. Netflix's Choose Love makes the case against AI writing — ordering a movie like a pizza doesn't make for good movies.
The achievement marks the first time an artificial intelligence system has been able to regularly beat humans in a real-world competition and could lead to better drones in the future.
The White House is concerned that AI can perpetuate discrimination. So they helped host a red-teaming challenge at the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas to help figure out some of the flaws.
In a Jeopardy-style game at the annual Def Con hacking convention in Las Vegas, hackers tried to get chatbots from OpenAI, Google and Meta to create misinformation and share harmful content.
The executive order covers advanced computer chips, micro electronics, quantum information technologies and artificial intelligence. Officials cited national security, rather than economic interests.
When Tom Cruise battles a sentient artificial intelligence "Entity" in the latest Mission Impossible film, he joins a long list of heroes who've had to fight a malevolent machine onscreen.
Seven tech companies, including Google, Meta and OpenAI, have voluntarily made commitments on developing and managing artificial intelligence. But there isn't much accountability in the process.