Volkswagen drivers can chat with OpenAI's bot in their cars
Published in Transportation


We ask the questions

Volkswagen drivers will be able to install OpenAI's ChatGPT in their vehicles from the second quarter of 2024. 

AI cheats was not a thing after all
Published in AI
Friday, 15 December 2023 11:10

AI cheats was not a thing after all


The kids cheated as normal

New research from Stanford University shows that the popularisation of AI did not boost overall cheating rates in schools.

Machine-learning can spot fake chemistry papers
Published in AI


Unless they do a deal 

A machine-learning tool can easily spot when chemistry papers are written using the chatbot ChatGPT, according to a scientific study.

Newspapers demand cash for AI training
Published in AI
Monday, 23 October 2023 11:13

Newspapers demand cash for AI training


We did all the work

Newspaper publishers are demanding that tech companies like Open AI hand over cash for all the articles that they stole to build their AI databases.

ChatGPT is a terrible cancer doctor
Published in News
Tuesday, 05 September 2023 11:11

ChatGPT is a terrible cancer doctor


Does not do much else than stress you out

While ChatGPT might have the "brains" to pass a medical exam, a recent study published in the journal JAMA Oncology shows that the AI provides unhelpful information on cancer treatment, potentially harming patients who are already stressed out and looking for answers.

ChatGPT is failing at basic maths
Published in AI
Thursday, 10 August 2023 11:46

ChatGPT is failing at basic maths


Getting old

New research has found that AI software ChatGPT is becoming worse at performing certain basic math operations.

AMD is getting closer to Nvidia on AI
Published in AI
Monday, 03 July 2023 11:44

AMD is getting closer to Nvidia on AI


MosaicML has a look under the bonnet of both

Artificial intelligence chips from AMD are about 80 per cent as fast as those from Nvidia but the way its chips are designed means that it is going to match its performance soon.

People training AI models outsourcing to AI
Published in AI


What could go wrong

A significant proportion of people paid to train AI models may be themselves outsourcing that work to AI, a new study has found.

DeepMind co-founder calls for a better Turing test for AI
Published in AI


The old Turing test is not meaningful enough it needs to make money

DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman suggests chatbots like ChatGPT and Google Bard should be put through a "modern Turing test" where their ability to turn $100,000 into $1 million is evaluated to measure human-like intelligence.

Mercedes adds ChatGPT MBUX infotainment system
Published in AI


US owners get a beta program today

Mercedes is adding OpenAI's ChatGPT to its MBUX infotainment system with US owners of models that use MBUX getting it today.