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6 ways AI can make political campaigns more deceptive than ever

Political campaign ads and donor solicitations have long been deceptive. In 2004, for example, U.S. presidential candidate John Kerry, a Democrat, aired an ad...

Can chatbots write inspirational and wise sermons?

When several hundred Lutherans in Bavaria, Germany, attended a service on June 9, 2023, designed by ChatGPT, the program not only selected hymns and...

How splitting sound might lead to a new kind of quantum computer

When you turn on a lamp to brighten a room, you are experiencing light energy transmitted as photons, which are small, discrete quantum packets...

AI is an existential threat – just not the way you think

The rise of ChatGPT and similar artificial intelligence systems has been accompanied by a sharp increase in anxiety about AI. For the past few...

The digital future may rely on ultrafast optical electronics and computers

If you’ve ever wished you had a faster phone, computer or internet connection, you’ve encountered the personal experience of hitting a limit of technology....

The folly of making art with text-to-image generative AI

Making art using artificial intelligence isn’t new. It’s as old as AI itself. What’s new is that a wave of tools now let most...

AI could shore up democracy – here’s one way

It’s become fashionable to think of artificial intelligence as an inherently dehumanizing technology, a ruthless force of automation that has unleashed legions of virtual...

Generative AI is a minefield for copyright law

In 2022, an AI-generated work of art won the Colorado State Fair’s art competition. The artist, Jason Allen, had used Midjourney – a generative...

Are you part robot? A linguistic anthropologist explains how humans are like ChatGPT – both recycle language

ChatGPT is a hot topic at my university, where faculty members are deeply concerned about academic integrity, while administrators urge us to “embrace the...

3 ways to use ChatGPT to help students learn — and not cheat

Since ChatGPT can engage in conversation and generate essays, computer codes, charts and graphs that closely resemble those created by humans, educators worry students...

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