National Security Agency Director Army Gen. Paul M. Nakasone has announced the creation of a new entity designed to oversee development of artificial intelligence in U.S. national security systems.
In a virtual panel discussion Friday, several professors shared their experiences with having students use generative AI for writing assignments and recommended that students be allowed to learn by trial and error.
Every organization has behaviors they are trying to discourage or stop. So what can we learn from Airbnb’s use of data and AI to achieve overall business goals?
Governors Josh Shapiro and Glenn Youngkin have issued new guidance on the use of artificial intelligence technology in state government. Both orders seek to create a more solid foundation for the rapidly evolving technology.
The state of Florida is using artificial intelligence to monitor and transcribe the phone conversations of the 80,000-plus inmates within the prison system. Calls with legal, medical and religious representatives are exempt.
During the recent Florida Public Sector Cybersecurity Summit, several government and industry experts shared their perspectives on the state’s cyber landscape and how to mitigate risks.
During a virtual event hosted by the Brookings Institution, experts and lawmakers explored the benefits and risks of AI, as well as the possible regulatory structures that could help guide its advancement.
Recently addressing the disruption ChatGPT and other tools have brought to global education, the international cooperative agency recommends new laws and regulations, training and forward-thinking public debate.
As Hollywood actors and writers continue to strike for better pay and benefits, California lawmakers are hoping to take action that will protect workers from being replaced by their digital clones.
More than 20 tech and civil society leaders, including the chief executives of five of the biggest U.S. companies, appeared at a closed-door Senate meeting this week to shape how artificial intelligence is regulated.
As generative artificial intelligence products rise, there are still pressing ethical issues that need to be addressed, such as, what do AI companies owe to the creators whose work informs their chatbots?
Deepfake audio, authentic-sounding but false recordings built from short snippets of a subject talking, have become so realistic that they present painfully obvious potential for underhanded political tactics.
The company will soon require election advertisers to disclose when messages have been altered or created by artificial intelligence tools. The change is meant to alert viewers when ads contain content from generative AI.
Now quite acquainted with generative AI tools, educators at several U.S. universities have found them most helpful for guiding class discussions, fleshing out lesson plans and teaching about AI as an emerging technology.