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Past articles by Andrew:

Anthropic's Claude AI is guided by 10 secret foundational pillars of fairness

Claude, a new chatbot from Anthropic, is built from the ground up to be less prone to factual hallucinations than the competition.. → Read More

Microsoft confirms Bing runs on the new GPT-4 model

Turns out that Microsoft has been leveraging OpenAI's brand-spanking-new GPT-4 large language model in its Bing search engine for the past 5 weeks. → Read More

OpenAI's new GPT-4 can understand both text and image inputs

Hot on the heels of Google's Workspace AI announcement Tuesday, and ahead of Thursday's Microsoft Future of Work event, OpenAI has dropped the latest iteration of its generative pre-trained transformer system, GPT-4.. → Read More

Google is shoving generative AI into Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Meet, Chat and Slides

You'd better already be comfortable with using AI in your daily life because Google's about to put the tech front and center in all of its Workspace products.. → Read More

Meta's newest AI fairness benchmark measures even more granular bias markers

Today's tech treats users differently depending on their skin color and accent. → Read More

GM's Ultra Cruise system will debut on the Cadillac Celestiq later this year

On Tuesday, GM finally revealed which model will be first to receive the upgraded features of Ultra Cruise and that vehicle is the. → Read More

Hitting the Books: AI is making people think faster, not smarter

I, HUMAN, the latest from ManpowerGroup CIO, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, explores the myriad ways that AI systems now govern our daily lives and interactions.. → Read More

FDA reportedly denied Neuralink's request to begin human trials of its brain implant

According to Reuters, the FDA denied Neuralink's request to being human trials last year over concerns of safety arising from animal model testing.. → Read More

Elon Musk lays out his vision for Tesla's future at the company's Investor Day 2023

CEO Elon Musk announced his "Master Plan part 3" at Investor Day 2023, detailing the company's ambitions at establishing a sustainable electric economy.. → Read More

Ubisoft's Mousetrap system lengthens the lag to punish 'Rainbow Six Siege' cheaters

Rainbow Six Siege cheaters using 3rd party input spoofers are going to absolutely hate Ubisoft's new punitive game mechanic.. → Read More

Race against Sony's AI in 'Gran Turismo 7' for a limited time

Gamers around the world will get their shot at racing Sony AI’s GT Sophy tomorrow, when the Gran Turismo 7 racing AI arrives for a limited time on Playstation 5.. → Read More

Hitting the Books: Meet the man who helped Microsoft break into the entertainment business

Some of us are destined to lead successful lives thanks to the circumstances of our birth. → Read More

Tesla admits Full Self-Driving beta may cause crashes, recalls 363,000 vehicles

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced on Thursday that Tesla is recalling nearly 363,000 of its vehicles because the Full Self-Driving software may cause a crash.. → Read More

The Ghostwriter typewriter brings generative AI to the printed page

"I wanted Ghostwriter to evoke warm feelings and make people comfortable playing with it," Sanjeev told Engadget. → Read More

How AI will change the way we search, for better or worse

Search engines doped with generative AI systems are on the way, if not already here, and they're ready to ride herd on your daily browsing habits. → Read More

Hitting the Books: NASA's Class 8 broke color barriers and glass ceilings alike

In The New Guys, author Meredith Bagby follows the exploits of NASA's Astronaut class of 1978 — "Class 8," America's first women, African Americans, Asian American, and gay person to fly to space.. → Read More

Google unveils Bard, its ChatGPT rival

Google announced on Monday that its rumored chatbot AI project is real and on the way. → Read More

ChatGPT is suddenly everywhere. Are we ready?

OpenAI's startlingly realistic AI, ChatGPT, is seemingly everywhere these days -- optimizing our search results, impersonating celebrities, and leaving scathing Yelp reviews on our behalf. → Read More

Columbia researchers bioprint seamless 3D skin grafts for burn patients

Columbia University researchers have devised a novel method of 3D printing skin that comes out shaped to perfectly fit the patient's injury -- even on the weird parts, like your hands.. → Read More

Mercedes is the first certified Level-3-autonomy car company in the US

Mercedes on Thursday confirmed its Drive Pilot ADAS now complies with Nevada Chapter 482A, which governs the use of autonomous vehicle technology on the state's roads. → Read More