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Artificial Intelligence

There are still far more questions than answers about what the rapidly evolving technology will mean for the lives of everyday people when it comes to how we work, learn and use the Internet.
A recent budget proposal from the Biden administration to increase federal support for education research efforts could lead to an 'ARPA-Ed' and the discovery of new use cases for AI-driven tools like ChatGPT.
An open letter calls for a six-month break on powerful AI training efforts. The idea is to develop safety and oversight systems and otherwise allow time for consideration of the tech’s rapid development.
School officials told the township board of education that the district's policy against plagiarism would cover misuse of ChatGPT, although they warned teachers to be ready for the technology to evolve quickly.
Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird said there is potential for nefarious actors to use artificial intelligence to fool their victims, pointing to several recent examples of the technology being misused.
An 18-year-old at the Woodlands College Park High School in Texas won $50,000 from the Regeneron Science Talent Search for a semantics model and syntax assessment that can use daily diary entries to gauge suicide risk.
Cubic Transportation Systems and McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, have partnered to form the Centre of Excellence for Artificial Intelligence and Smart Mobility to further develop AI and machine learning in traffic management systems.
A Tuesday webinar at the annual Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) conference explored the pros, cons and potential classroom applications of artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT.
School officials at a district in Indiana see the potential for ChatGPT to enable better research or laziness among students, or both. Like many, they're waiting to see how other organizations adjust.
The software giant announced this week that its suite of office products, including Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word, will begin using OpenAI’s new GPT-4 artificial intelligence platform.