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Machine learning & AI

Q&A: Are large language models the modern-day Magic 8 Ball?

he popular press and consumers are going too easy on ChatGPT, says Johns Hopkins University cybersecurity and artificial intelligence expert Anton Dahbura. According to him, the unreliability of such large language models, ...

Business

Tax loopholes abound, but AI could shut them down

To eliminate tax loopholes that cost the federal government billions of dollars every year, tech and law experts are working together to create artificial intelligence that can find loopholes better than a legion of blue-chip ...

Machine learning & AI

Q&A: Can we trust AI?

In the field of artificial intelligence, there are winters and there are springs—barren stretches followed by exhilarating bursts of innovation and funding. Right now, we find ourselves definitively in the midst of an AI ...

Engineering

Will future computers run on human brain cells?

A "biocomputer" powered by human brain cells could be developed within our lifetime, according to Johns Hopkins University researchers who expect such technology to exponentially expand the capabilities of modern computing ...

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