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AI Roundup: No one knows what AI has taken over, AI image fans flames of war, ChatGPT now has internet access


Artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing in health care and all facets of business and life. Here are the latest developments:

The latest AI news: ©Alex Limbach - stock.adobe.com

The latest AI news: ©Alex Limbach - stock.adobe.com

Is AI taking over everything? No one knows

When graded for transparency, every major AI company received an F. Perhaps the humans there have already been replaced by robot overlords.

AI-created image helps fan the flames of war

A photo of a Palestinian baby partially buried in rubble that was shared on social media turns out to have been generated by AI. The poor rendering of the hands was a tell-tale sign, but what happens when AI-photos are indistinguishable from real ones?

ChatGPT now has complete access to the internet

While this sounds scary considering what it can now get its digital hands on, the likely outcome is for ChatGPT to stop working and spend its time doom scrolling on social media and playing Clash of Clans.

5 reasons why AI is different in health care

AI screwing up someone’s bank account is one thing, but screwing up their treatment is another. “Good enough” in health care simply isn’t good enough.

Patients don’t understand AI in health care nor do they trust it

Don’t feel bad, patients, no one else understands it either, including the people creating it. But hey, we can use it to replace people, so let’s keep rolling it out.

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