An image of ChatGPT solving a captcha was spread far and wide recently. The most beautiful thing about the image is of course that it hadn't solved the Captcha. This made it a fantastic stepping stone for talking about the many illusions of technological advancement. 💡If anybody knows
There are many checkpoints for the EU AI Act to pass through before it becomes legislation and before the law is applicable for all types of AI tools. While we are getting closer to a final vote in the European Parliament, there is some confusion as to when the law
I made this diagram as an explanatory model for showing the relationships between different actors when it comes to AI development and use. It gives you something to point at when showing for example who finances the systems, who contributes to the systems and who benefits or suffers from them.
I read the executive order on AI from the White House, wrote a summary and used an AI-powered video generator to create the appearance of me presenting it. In accordance with suggestions in the order, the video is clearly labeled. 🗣️Interested in trying out the HeyGen tool? Sign up using
In the one-minute video below I am speaking seven languages. In truth, I can speak two of those. None of the audio is actually me speaking, even if it sounds very much like my voice. And the video? Despite what it looks like, that’s not me moving my mouth.
Understand the stages of machine learning where bias can, and often will, contribute to harm.
Some tasks that are being handed over to automation should arguably never have been tasks in the first place. Or should at least be revised regularly. But instead of questioning and reinventing tasks, many will now be automated to run perpetually. And with no human involved, why would someone then