As we continue to develop and use artificial intelligence, we must consider the ethical implications of robotic systems making moral choices.
I’ve dived down the AI rabbit hole, listening to podcasts, reading books, taking courses, and testing it. Here’s 12 things I’ve discovered.
Here’s why one writer is really that worried about Chat GPT: Chatbots can’t appeal to emotions, because it has none.
In the age of robots, it’s become necessary to embrace our humanness more ever before, writes Michael McQueen.
Who would want a church full of AI ‘synths’ when you can have one full of humans, writes Stephen McAlpine.
As artificial intelligence advances in capability, the question arises: how will humans live, work and interact with AI?
We will need wisdom and love to discern how to use machines and AI in filling traditional human roles, writes Derek Schuurman.
OpenAI recently released an AI chatbot called ChatGPT which can write poems, essays and even computer code and it’s got everyone talking.
The tech world is off to a great start this year with the famously ground-breaking tech convention, CES, presenting some amazing innovations.
Launched in November 2022 by OpenAI, ChatGPT has been stirring up the tech world with its unparalleled capacity to seem truly human.