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ChatGPT launched one year ago. Here’s what we’ve learned about AI and the future.

OpenAI's chatbot took the world by storm last November. But it will take much longer to understand generative AI's impact, its risks, its vast capacity for error, and the downsides of relying on machines to do our thinking and communicating for us.

Fake AI-generated woman on tech conference agenda leads Microsoft and Amazon execs to drop out

DevTernity organizer Eduards Sizovs admitted on social media that one of the featured speakers was an “auto-generated” woman with a fake title.

Sports Illustrated is the latest media company damaged by an AI experiment gone wrong

The once-powerful publication said it was firing a company that produced articles for its website written under the byline of authors who apparently don't exist. But it denied a published report that stories themselves were written by an artificial intelligence tool.

Amazon introduces Q, an AI chatbot for companies

Amazon Q aims to help employees with daily tasks, such as summarizing strategy documents, filling out internal support tickets, and answering questions about company policy.

EU regulators say Amazon’s acquisition of Bedford-based vacuum maker iRobot may harm competition

If the deal goes through, The European Commission said Amazon may be incentivized to prevent competitors from selling their products on its marketplace or making it difficult for them to do so.

Pentagon’s AI initiatives accelerate hard decisions on lethal autonomous weapons

There is little dispute among scientists, industry experts and Pentagon officials that the US will within the next few years have fully autonomous lethal weapons.

Bedford-based Roomba maker iRobot soars on report Amazon deal will win E.U. clearance

EU regulators are probing concerns that the takeover could thwart competitors by handing Amazon access to a new stash of user data.

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OpenAI’s new ‘initial’ board is all white, all male. Really?

With the return of Sam Altman as CEO, the neanderthal days of technology are back with a vengeance.