AI might be seemingly everywhere, but there are still plenty of things it can’t do – for now
From ChatGPT to Lensa, it feels like AI is here to take over. But despite some impressive results, such systems still have plenty of limitations.
ChatGPT and generative AI
This week: Our ChatGPT and generative AI special. What is it? How does it work? What to do with it? Where to next?
The ChatGPT chatbot is blowing people away with its writing skills. An expert explains why it’s so impressive
The newest OpenAI text-generator is a marked improvement over its predecessor – but it still has its pitfalls.
Generative AI and creative work
This week: how generative Artificial Intelligence and synthetic media changes the business of creative work.
The looming AI arms race in hiring
As organisations embrace AI hiring systems, how will they be gamed?
Weird new jobs
This week: the AI whisperer, AI artist managers, data detectives, metaverse supply chain strategy consultants, and more cool jobs in the digital era.
Facial recognition and public data
This week: all things facial recognition and the implications of using public data.
CRISPR and Nobel Prizes on The Future, This Week
This week: we finally discuss gene editing and CRISPR, as the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes the women behind its development.
The Social Dilemma and platforms on The Future, This Week
This week: The Social Dilemma, our first movie review on The Future, This Week. We bring in everything we’ve learnt about social media over the past three years.
GPT-3 AI and clean meat on The Future, This Week
This week: the media hype around AI writing essays, and how to make clean meat innovation palatable.
TikTok, WeChat and the fragmented internet on The Future, This Week
This week: banning TikTok and WeChat, and the fragmented internet.
The Future, This Week 1 Mar 19: data is not oil, dangerous AI, and robo-monk
This week: why data is not like oil, dangerous AI, and a robot that gives sermons.