AI generated content should be labelled
Companies deploying generative AI tools such as ChatGPT and Bard with the potential to generate disinformation should label such content as part of their efforts to combat fake news, European Commission deputy head Vera Jourova said.
Companies relying on AI getting facing legal woes
We did warn you
Cases are starting to appear in courts where companies tried to save money using AI-created research which turned out to be faulty.
Amazon slow on ChatGPT-style technology
It's not Wonder Woman
Amazon is slow to let its customers test the ChatGPT-style technology it unveiled six weeks ago.
AI will kill off search engines
Software King of the World Sir William Gates III claims that AI will soon create personal digital agents for humans so that they never have to go to a productivity site or Amazon again.
G7 wants AI standards before it is too late
It needs to be more trustworthy than politicians
The leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) nations have called for the adoption of international technical standards to ensure AI trustworthiness.
Apple plans to make a fortune from AI without inventing
When you lack innovation fall back on taxation
Fruity cargo-cult Apple was caught completely flatfooted by AI, without a product or plan, but insiders in the frying saucer believe that it is unnecessary for now.
IBM launches new artificial intelligence and data platform
Watsonx could bring AI to more businesses
IBM on Tuesday launched Watsonx, a new artificial intelligence and data platform to help companies integrate AI in their business.
Chinese arrest ChatGPT user
Created fake news
Chinese police have arrested a man for using ChatGPT to create a fake news article about a train crash, under a new law governing "deep synthesis technologies" introduced by China this year.
Chinese think they can do AI with weaker chips
Avoiding US sanctions
While the US thinks that it can delay China's rise in power by forbidding the sale of high powered chips to the Middle Kingdom, it seems that is doomed to fail.
Companies should not trust AI
They could end up in court
Companies that depend too much on AI-backed solutions could find themselves in court, according to legal experts.