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Past articles by Jeremy:

ChatGPT lets scammers craft emails that are so convincing they can get cash from victims without even relying on malware

Despite fears about malicious code, its actually older con artists tricks that might be getting a boost, cybersecurity company Darktrace says → Read More

Generative A.I. is about to upend enterprise software—and cybersecurity is the first to launch a generative A.I. search product. Qatalog takes aim at workplace automation software. Darktrace sees dangerously convincing phishing. → Read More

JPMorgan Chase tops first-of-its-kind ranking of A.I. progress in banking

Also: Why generative A.I. is poised to change the future of pharma → Read More

The inside story of ChatGPT: How OpenAI founder Sam Altman built the world’s hottest technology with billions from Microsoft

The A.I. future, according to Altman, could be spectacular—unless it goes spectacularly wrong. Why Big Tech giants and business leaders everywhere are losing sleep over generative A.I. → Read More

Startup hopes to displace PowerPoint with A.I.-powered ‘storytelling’ app

The startup is among a crop of new companies that see big business potential in generative A.I. → Read More

Is ChatGPT the end of trust? Will the college essay survive?

That's what many are asking after the viral debut of OpenAI's powerful chatbot. → Read More

A.I. startup Cohere lands a top YouTube exec in another sign of NLP’s acceleration

Cohere's hiring of YouTube CFO Martin Kon signals how hot large language models are becoming → Read More

Big tech has not monopolized big A.I. models, but Nvidia dominates A.I. hardware

A.I. software startups are challenging the tech behemoths, but hardware upstarts are struggling to gain traction → Read More

The best A.I. conference ever—and you’re invited

Learn from some of the world's top A.I. execs at Fortune Brainstorm A.I., Dec. 5-6 → Read More

Musk’s Optimus robot disappoints, but his ambition might just transform the field anyway

Musk can bring money and effort to entire fields, even as his own efforts fail to deliver on his hyped vision. → Read More

The EU is crafting liability laws for A.I. products that cause injuries—here’s why the whole world better pay attention

The new liability rules may serve as a global model. They are supposed to make it easier for those harmed by A.I. software to get redress—but some consumer rights advocates think they could have the opposite effect → Read More

What a top NATO commander learned interning at a software startup

Air Marshal Johnny Stringer says his stint at startup Rebellion Defence highlighted flaws in how NATO militaries buy technology → Read More

How to use A.I. responsibly: lessons from DeepMind and Intel

The two tech companies are not just pioneering A.I. technology. They are also pioneering procedures for its governance. → Read More

As economic turbulence looms, Forrester recommends companies rein in tech spending. But not on A.I.

The tech research firm says A.I. investments are often worth the money. → Read More

Business execs are facing a new threat: the person talking on Zoom might be an A.I.-generated ‘deep fake.’ Here are some easy ways to tell if you’re talking to a fake.

The so-called pencil test is just one of many things you can do if you think the person talking to you on a video call is not real. → Read More

Bridging the gap between execs and engineers is the secret to avoiding A.I. nightmares, Peak CEO says

Boards often have unrealistic expectations of what A.I. can do, this CEO says → Read More

At financial software giant Intuit, A.I. is becoming “foundational” to how the company operates

Intuit Chief Data Officer Ashok Srivastava sees a role for A.I. in all products and says customers are already reaping the benefits. → Read More

Leading Las Vegas: A British firm is upending America’s booming online sports gambling market

The U.K.-based Entain has invested heavily in online betting technology that gives it a competitive edge. It's also made it a takeover target in a high-stakes turf war. → Read More

Actress Emma Watson and Twitter’s cofounder back startup aiming to revolutionize plastic

FabricNano harnesses chemical processes that usually take place within cells but without using microbes. → Read More

Mixing COVID-19 vaccine doses could improve immunity for AstraZeneca recipients, study finds

Landmark study on mixing COVID-19 vaccine doses could help governments in developing countries vaccinate people more quickly → Read More