30 January 2023


I am off today so no comment on the articles here today, other than hope ye are all well, and I hope ye enjoy!

Thanks, as always, to Sarah Zarmsky


‘AI Passes U.S. Medical Licensing Exam’, MedPage Today

‘ACM TechBrief: Policies for Safer Algorithmic Systems Urgently Needed’, Association for Computing Machinery

‘Learning to lie: AI tools adept at creating disinformation’, AP News

‘Shutterstock launches AI image generator with ethical focus’, AI News

‘Viral ChatGPT Spurs Concerns About Propaganda and Hacking Risks’, Bloomberg

‘An AI Bill of Rights’, Communications of the ACM

How Roomba tester’s private images ended up on Facebook’, MIT Technology Review

‘The European Union and the United States of America strengthen cooperation on research in Artificial Intelligence and computing for the Public Good’, European Commission

‘How Will Chatbots Change Education?’, The New York Times

‘A.I.: Actually Insipid Until It’s Actively Insidious’, The New York Times

‘Big Tech was moving cautiously on AI. Then came ChatGPT.’, The Washington Post

‘The Pentagon is getting more serious about AI’, The Washington Post

Generative AI should pay human artists for training’, Financial Times

‘Deep Fake Neighbour Wars: ITV’s comedy shows how AI can transform popular culture’, The Conversation

‘Artificial intelligence in South Africa comes with special dilemmas – plus the usual risks’, The Conversation

‘AI wildfire detection bill gets initial approval in Colorado’, The Washington Post

‘ChatGPT Isn’t the Only Way to Use AI in Education’, WIRED

‘Member of Congress reads AI-generated speech on the House floor’, The Washington Post

‘I’m a copywriter. I’m pretty sure artificial intelligence is going to take my job’, The Guardian

China Is the World’s Biggest Face Recognition Dealer’, WIRED

‘Deepfakes: faces created by AI now look more real than genuine photos’, The Conversation

‘I’m a Congressman Who Codes. A.I. freaks me out.’, The New York Times

‘The First ‘A.I. Lawyer’ Will Help Defendants Fight Speeding Tickets’, Smithsonian Magazine

‘How do we stop the robot takeover? Oxford dons have a plan’, The Sunday Times

‘Microsoft, GitHub, and OpenAI ask court to throw out AI copyright lawsuit’, The Verge

Journal Articles

*Disclaimer: The selected articles and chapters were not evaluated for their research methods and do not necessarily reflect the views of the AI & Human Rights Blog

Who’s Afraid of ChatGPT? An Examination of ChatGPT’s Implications for Legal Writing’, Ashley Binetti Armstrong, available on SSRN 

‘The Law of AI for Good’, Orly Lobel, San Diego Legal Studies Research Paper Series

Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: The Challenge of Effective Regulation’, Sandra L. J. Johnson, Journal of Legal Medicine

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