Films about artificial intelligence usually involve great battles and computer-generated creations. Not so, in the Garth Davis film ‘Foe’.
Dr Catriona Wallace, journalist Tracey Spicer and Elladex CEO Shivani Gopal on how gender inequity could be exacerbated by machine learning.
AI is already serving us across many arenas of life, from serving as a round-the-clock doctor to keeping online customers happy.
The tides are changing in the world of recruitment, as the impact of AI and the post-pandemic workplace shifts continue to proliferate.
How do we make sense of the changes AI is bringing? What principles can we use to think through what we adopt and how we adopt it?
As we step back and think about what’s going on with digital technology – including AI – there’s a few keys Christians need to consider.
Just like the calculator changed the way that students engaged with maths, AI can change the way that students engage in their learning.
As we continue to develop and use artificial intelligence, we must consider the ethical implications of robotic systems making moral choices.
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.