It's exhilarating to think that, with the help of generative AI, anyone who can write can also write programs. It’s not so simple.
Michael L. Littman | Nov 20
The term “hallucination,” which has been widely adopted to describe large language models outputting false information, is misleading. Its application to creativity risks compounding that.
Oliver Bown | Oct 13
Cognitive psychologist and poet Keith Holyoak explores whether artificial intelligence could ever achieve poetic authenticity.
Keith Holyoak | Dec 7, 2022
Artificial servants, autonomous killing machines, surveillance systems, and sex robots have been part of the human imagination for thousands of years.
E.R. Truitt | Nov 24, 2021
We may sometimes behave like computers, but more often, we are creative, irrational, and not always too bright.
Herbert L. Roitblat | Oct 4, 2021
Children today are the very first generation of citizens to be datafied from before birth. The social and political consequences of this historical transformation have yet to be seen.
Veronica Barassi | Jan 14, 2021
In giving voice to the digital ghosts of the deceased, chatbots are trying to succeed where photography and dreams fail.
Davide Sisto | Jan 4, 2021
A once-unthinkable concept is gaining traction and deserves our attention.
David Gunkel | Jan 27, 2020
The HAL 9000 computer and the ethics of murder by and of machines.
Daniel C. Dennett / Introduction by David G. Stork | Jan 9, 2020