If you’ve been wondering when our military would start deploying artificial intelligence on the battlefield, the answer is that it appears to be already happening. The Pentagon has been using
Google launched a new AI image generator earlier this month that, for all intents and purposes, was incapable of generating consistent images of white people. As you might expect, rightwing
Microsoft announced a new partnership with Mistral AI on Monday, a French startup whose advanced large language models rival OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Microsoft Copilot. Mistral also released Mistral Large, its
Google apologized on Friday saying its team “got it wrong” with a new image generation feature for its Gemini AI chatbot after various images it created that were devoid of
AI chatbots made headlines this week with a range of glaring flubs that were hard to look past. Tech companies are rushing to show off their non-offensive, error-free AI chatbots.
Google is pausing the ability of its AI chatbot Gemini to generate images of people after a slew of historically inaccurate and racially diverse creations, such as images of Black
Google’s AI chatbot Gemini has a unique problem. It has a hard time producing pictures of white people, often turning Vikings, founding fathers, and Canadian hockey players into people of
ChatGPT started throwing out “unexpected responses” on Tuesday night according to OpenAI’s status page. Users posted screenshots of their ChatGPT conversations full of wild, nonsensical answers from the AI chatbot.
Groq, an AI chip company, wants everyone to forget about Elon Musk’s snarky chatbot with nearly the same name, Grok. Lightning-fast demos from Groq went viral this weekend, making current
Reddit reportedly signed a $60 million deal with a “large AI company” to allow its online communities to be scraped for AI training data, according to Bloomberg on Friday. The