Facebook's racist AI lies and insults you
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Just like your other Facebook friends

Meta has warned that the company's new artificial intelligence-based BlenderBot3 chatbot could write insults and lie to you.

MIT speeds up hardware by mimicking computer brains
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Well not yours on a Monday morning, obviously

MIT boffins have built AI chips that mimic synapses, but are a million times faster, and are more energy efficient than current designs. 

AI can compare images without training
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Standford University creates work experience person 

Boffins at Standford University's Chan Zuckerberg Biohub have developed a machine learning method to quantitatively analyse and compare images—in this case microscopy images of proteins—without knowing anything about them. 

AI is about as easy to handle as a nuclear war
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Google’s former chief executive Eric Schmidt has labelled AI as dangerous as nuclear weapons.

AI spots early mental illness
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Autism, schizophrenia and Alzheimer's all spotted early

A new artificial intelligence (AI) is capable of spotting mental health conditions by sifting through brain imaging data to find patterns linked to autism, schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s.