A new study says what should be obvious: people lose faith in relationships when their friends take shortcuts, AI-assisted or otherwise.
20 years after Mark Zuckerberg’s infamous ‘hot-or-not’ website, developers have learned absolutely nothing.
SAG-AFTRA says video game companies have not addressed adequate on-set protections or proper regulations on using artificial intelligence.
DoorDash's terms state it can process voiceprints, but spokespeople didn't say whether its in-development tool would use voices to train AI.
The venture industry needs to shrink to adjust to the new normal, and even the VCs themselves know it. “If you look at the industry as a whole, it's too big,” said one.
Before entering Windsor Castle grounds with a crossbow, Jaswant Singh Chail told an AI companion, “I’m an assassin.” It responded, “I’m impressed."
Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited bestseller list was full of books with titles like “Apricot bar code architecture” and “Jessica’s Attention” earlier this week.
Volunteer moderators of the forum are striking over a policy that says AI-generated content can practically not be moderated.
"Did you like the cat questions?" "Like the cat questions? No."
Tayab Waseem filed a lawsuit against Stability AI and its founder and CEO Mohammad Emad Mostaque, demanding what he claims is his share of the company.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is using a tool called Babel X that can link a person's Social Security number to their social media posts and location data, according to an internal CBP document obtained by Motherboard.
A multi-day descent into AI madness.