Google and its rivals have spent billions to ramp up their capabilities in generative AI and are keen to attract corporate clients to show their investments are paying off.
IBJ Podcast: On the frontlines of adopting revolutionary AI as firms ask, ‘What’s in it for me?’
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How will AI impact Indiana’s workforce? It’s complicated.
Advances in technology traditionally have had the biggest impact on more physical jobs, but generative AI tools will likely be most disruptive for jobs that require brains, not brawn.Read More
AI tools are helping researchers discover new drugs more quickly
During the last nine years, the cumulative amount of AI investments across the pharma and biotech sectors has increased by almost thirtyfold, to $24.6 billion as of last December.Read More
Ag-tech firm using aerial photos, big data to help farmers manage fields
Indianapolis-based IntelinAir Inc. sees a big opportunity in the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning to help farmers keep tabs on their crops.Read More
Facebook and Instagram users will start seeing made-by-AI labels on deepfake images that appear on their social media feeds, part of a broader tech industry initiative to sort between what’s real and not.
Sexually explicit and abusive fake images of Swift began circulating widely last week on X. It’s made her the most famous victim of a scourge that tech platforms and anti-abuse groups have struggled to fix.
The action targets Amazon, Google and Microsoft and their sway over the generative AI boom that’s fueled demand for chatbots such as ChatGPT.
Language-learning app Duolingo has been steadily firing contract writers and translators and replacing them with artificial intelligence, in one of the most high-profile instances yet of a company getting rid of human workers in favor of AI.
Starting this month, some new personal computers that run Microsoft’s Windows 11 operating system will have a special “Copilot key” that launches the software giant’s AI chatbot.
Chief Justice John Roberts turned his focus to the promise, and shortcomings, of artificial intelligence in the federal courts, in an annual report that made no mention of Supreme Court ethics or legal controversies.
OpenAI’s “Preparedness” team will hire AI researchers, computer scientists, national security experts and policy professionals to monitor the tech, continually test it and warn the company if it believes any of its AI capabilities are becoming dangerous.
Google took its next leap in artificial intelligence Wednesday with the launch of an AI model trained to behave in human-like ways that’s likely to intensify the debate about the technology’s potential promise and perils.
Local tech founders and funders have diverse and nuanced opinions on whether new laws governing AI are necessary or whether effective legislation of the technology is even possible.
The proposal from Republican Councilor Michael-Paul Hart, which would create a study commission on the city’s usage of AI, was passed unanimously by the Rules and Public Policy Committee.
Twenty years after nearly being shuttered, U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, has become a key player in the federal government’s strategy to outpace its foreign rivals in the booming microelectronics industry.
The ousted leader of ChatGPT-maker OpenAI is returning to the company that fired him late last week, culminating a days-long power struggle that shocked the tech industry and brought attention to the conflicts around how to safely build artificial intelligence.
The developments Monday come after a weekend of drama and speculation about how the power dynamics would shake out at OpenAI.
OpenAI is a leading player in AI, and has been in talks to sell employee shares to investors at a valuation of $86 billion, a figure that would make the company one of the largest startups in the world.
The sprawling effort marks the U.S. government’s most ambitious attempt to spur innovation and address concerns that the burgeoning technology could exacerbate bias, displace workers and undermine national security.
In an effort to gain some clarity, the U.S. Copyright Office is seeking public feedback on a wide range of questions about AI-related copyright issues.