Twitter's cropping feature prefers white faces over black faces, fat Pikachu over skinny Pikachu, and Rachel Dolezal over Obama.
Under the deal Microsoft gets unique access to the powerful model's code, which has never been shared publicly, and can offer GPT-3 to its customers.
Scientists analyzed 24,000 dream reports using AI in the largest dream analysis study to date to test the 'continuity hypothesis'—the idea that dreams are influenced by and interact with waking life.
The USPTO rejected two patents applications written by a "creativity engine" named DABUS. Now a lawsuit raises fundamental questions about what it means to be creative.
Kelly Hearsey's job is to identify people from CCTV footage. She's freakishly good at it.
Using machine learning models, software developer Garett MacGowan created a channel that auto-uploads Attenborough narrating Reddit threads to YouTube.
A new machine learning approach from Google researchers can turn people's tourist photos on the internet into incredibly detailed 3D scenes.
Technologists from MIT, Harvard, and Google say research claiming to predict crime based on human faces creates a "tech-to-prison pipeline" that reinforces racist policing.
The photo, which was upsampled from a pixelated image of the former president, depicted him as a white man and was created through artificial intelligence—bringing up the question of bias in machine learning generative models.
The AI-generated version of 'Pac-Man' is fuzzy, and is biased against the player dying, but chipmaker Nvidia says it works even without a game engine.
Selfie 2 Waifu lets you turn yourself into a waifu, and the results are pretty good.