Corporate Responsibility in the Age of AI – O’Reilly

Pause AI? – O’Reilly

Since its release in November 2022, almost everyone involved with technology has experimented with ChatGPT: students, faculty, and professionals in almost every discipline. Almost every company has undertaken AI projects, including companies that, at least on the face of it, have “no AI” policies. Last August, OpenAI stated that 80% of Fortune 500 companies have … Read more

From Learning to Leading: Guiding Graduates to Leadership

learning to leading

In today’s competitive job market, it is not enough for professionals to have a strong academic background. Employers are increasingly seeking candidates with exceptional leadership skills, which are crucial in driving success and innovation within an organisation. This article, titled “From Learning to Leading: Guiding Graduates to Leadership,” delves into the importance of nurturing and … Read more

Responsible technology use in the AI age

Responsible technology use in the AI age

Technology use often goes wrong, Parsons notes, “because we’re too focused on either our own ideas of what good looks like or on one particular audience as opposed to a broader audience.” That may look like an app developer building only for an imagined customer who shares his geography, education, and affluence, or a product … Read more

The OpenAI Endgame – O’Reilly

Pause AI? – O’Reilly

Since The New York Times sued OpenAI for infringing its copyrights by using Times content for training, everyone involved with AI has been wondering about the consequences. How will this lawsuit play out? And, more importantly, how will the outcome affect the way we train and use large language models? There are two components to … Read more