The Beatles have released a new track - using new technology to strip Lennon’s vocals out of an old demo casette tape. Will this be part of Beatles canon?
Chatbots are proving to be productive and useful but they can be unreliable and make mistakes.
A new survey finds working from home is removing barriers for women, but also blurring the barrier between work and the “safe space” of home.
We no longer need to rely on the individual capability of people to read plans or imagine the spaces based on the pictures or verbal descriptions.
Unlike a human editor, AI cannot explain their decisions or reasoning in a meaningful way. This can be a problem in a field where accountability and transparency are important.
The pandemic may have turbo-charged low-code awareness, but how will the market grow in the coming years?
Students understand there are limitations with ChatGPT, but they know it will have a huge impact on their careers.
For International Girls in ICT Day, we reflect on a recent Women Leading in Digital event.
Users are having a blast getting creative with AI generators – but your output is only ever as good as your prompt.
This week: we talk with Wired Magazine co-founder Kevin Kelly about artificial intelligence, group think, and excellent advice for living.
ChatGPT is fuelled by our intimate online histories, yet users have no way of knowing which of their data it contains.