Last Updated on 29 November 2023 by Daniel Distinguishing between an article written by a human and one generated by AI can be challenging, especially as AI-generated content becomes more sophisticated. However, there are some indicators and characteristics that might help you make an educated guess: It’s important to note that these indicators are not… Continue reading How can you tell an article written by a human from one written by AI?
Last Updated on 16 November 2023 by Daniel Amy Dawel, Australian National University; Ben Albert Steward, Australian National University; Clare Sutherland, University of Aberdeen; Eva Krumhuber, UCL, and Zachary Witkower, University of Amsterdam Does ChatGPT ever give you the eerie sense you’re interacting with another human being? Artificial intelligence (AI) has reached an astounding level… Continue reading Can you spot the AI impostors? We found AI faces can look more real than actual humans
Last Updated on 20 October 2023 by Daniel Mohiuddin Ahmed, Edith Cowan University and Paul Haskell-Dowland, Edith Cowan University Google and Microsoft are on a mission to remove the drudgery from computing, by bringing next-generation AI tools as add-ons to existing services. On March 16, Microsoft announced an AI-powered system called Copilot will soon be… Continue reading Google and Microsoft are bringing AI to Word, Excel, Gmail and more. It could boost productivity for us – and cybercriminals
Last Updated on 6 October 2023 by Daniel Jaigris Hodson, Royal Roads University In my digital studies class, I asked students to pose a query to ChatGPT and discuss the results. To my surprise, some asked ChatGPT about my biography. ChatGPT said I received my PhD from two different universities, and in two different subject… Continue reading AI-generated misinformation: 3 teachable skills to help address it
Yes, hackers can use AI (Artificial Intelligence) for hacking, and the use of AI in cyberattacks is a growing concern in the cybersecurity community. AI can be employed by hackers to automate and enhance various aspects of their attacks. Here are some ways in which hackers can use AI for hacking: To counter these AI-driven… Continue reading Can hackers user AI for hacking?
Criminals can potentially use AI in various ways to target more victims, although it’s important to note that the use of AI for such purposes is illegal and unethical. Here are some potential ways: To counter these potential threats, individuals and organizations should: Remember, technology can be used for both positive and negative purposes. It’s… Continue reading How do criminals use AI to target more victims?
Yes, AI has the potential to assist hackers in various ways, just as it can be used for beneficial purposes. Here are some ways AI might be used by hackers: It’s important to note that AI can also be used for defensive purposes, helping organizations improve their cybersecurity strategies. This includes developing AI-driven tools for… Continue reading Will AI Assist Hackers, and If So, How?
Last Updated on 26 July 2023 by Daniel Emilio Ferrara, University of Southern California When I asked ChatGPT for a joke about Sicilians the other day, it implied that Sicilians are stinky. As somebody born and raised in Sicily, I reacted to ChatGPT’s joke with disgust. But at the same time, my computer scientist brain… Continue reading Eliminating bias in AI may be impossible – a computer scientist explains how to tame it instead
Last Updated on 25 July 2023 by Daniel Bruce Schneier, Harvard Kennedy School and Nathan Sanders, Harvard University If you ask Alexa, Amazon’s voice assistant AI system, whether Amazon is a monopoly, it responds by saying it doesn’t know. It doesn’t take much to make it lambaste the other tech giants, but it’s silent about… Continue reading Can you trust AI? Here’s why you shouldn’t
Last Updated on 23 July 2023 by Daniel Dennis Hirsch, The Ohio State University and Piers Norris Turner, The Ohio State University The rush to deploy powerful new generative AI technologies, such as ChatGPT, has raised alarms about potential harm and misuse. The law’s glacial response to such threats has prompted demands that the companies… Continue reading What is ‘ethical AI’ and how can companies achieve it?