artificial intelligence

Curricular Visions: Technology as Human Nature

What are the important topics that make a university education valuable? And even while the student traverses the various courses? Or in the future, when the student takes his or her place in society? I attended Columbia College in the 1960s. I took the foundational classes in Western Civilization and Humanities, but I failed to […]

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Living in an AI World: Will We Survive and in What Reality?

People should be very concerned about the biases being programmed into AI https://t.co/VS4v1JvRt5 — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 11, 2024 A female pope? A black Viking? Yes, according to Google’s generative artificial intelligence (AI) program Gemini, which had produced just such images about two weeks before Musk’s X post. Gemini became the object of ridicule […]

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A Long View on Artificial Intelligence

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published by Law & Liberty on March 1, 2024 and is crossposted here with permission. Over the past year, artificial intelligence has become a subject of widespread public interest and concern. This is mainly thanks to new Generative AI models, such as ChatGPT and Bard, which have brought AI unprecedented attention and […]

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Child and Robot - D. Vignesh

Are Teachers the Last Defense Against Artificial Intelligence?

On July 15/16, the Wall Street Journal had an ominous story on the advancing influence of a few technology companies on every aspect of our lives. The main focus fell on the extraordinary growth of Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft, a colossal quintet that makes the old days of the Robber Barons look minor […]

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