Owners of retail and office space are finding that they can charge premium rents for “green” locations that are more energy-efficient, have more natural light and better air circulation, and meet the increasingly stringent environmental codes cities are adopting.
Category: TRENDS IN AI – Sep 12 2023
The all-important college admissions essay has long been a screen for college admissions offices. How thoughtful is the applicant? How articulate? What is the applicant’s character, the person’s goals and values?
The combination of generative artificial intelligence and machine learning could as much as double U.S. economic productivity and add trillions of dollars to global GDP after a decade of greater and greater adoption, some analysts have predicted.
Thieves are using AI’s increasing skill at cloning people’s voices to steal money from bank accounts.
Not to be outdone by Yanks, on the first two days of November the U.K. will host a global “AI Safety Summit” to explore realistic options for regulating AI.
U.S. senate majority leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has planned nine “AI Insight Forums” to educate senators about AI, starting this week.
Toddlers learn by wandering around their environments, picking things up, and playing with them to see what they’re for and how they work. Now Meta and Carnegie Mellon University’s renowned robotics department have collaborated to make robots that learn the way three-year-olds do. They named the AI “RoboAgent”.
Experts said AI will create more jobs. Hacking seems to be one of those lucky professions.
Experts at the U.K.’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) have warned organizations that chatbots can still be easily fooled into ignoring their behavioral guardrails or tricked into saying or posting incorrect, offensive, or damaging information.
An anonymous, self-described “cybersecurity professional” built an AI in the course of a few weeks for the purpose of spreading fake news and other forms of disinformation.