During the pandemic, Proctorio sold invasive software that claims to stop cheating. A new study shows otherwise.
— Read on www.vice.com/en/article/93aqg7/scientists-asked-students-to-try-to-fool-anti-cheating-software-they-did
We’re unready for the coming deluge of video, audio, photos and even text generated by machine learning to grab and hold our attention
— Read on socialwarming.substack.com/p/the-approaching-tsunami-of-addictive
A study by researchers at OpenAI and the University of Oxford shows large language models can be calibrated to express their uncertainty in their answers.
— Read on bdtechtalks.com/2022/09/05/llm-uncertainty-verbalized-probability/
Text-to-video generators are already creating award-winning short films. Are AI-generated blockbusters coming next?
— Read on thenextweb.com/news/text-to-image-generator-creates-award-winning-ai-film-the-crow
The Free, The Nerd, The Disunited or Just One King of the Metaverse? · Dataetisk Tænkehandletank
— Read on dataethics.eu/the-free-the-nerd-the-disunited-or-just-one-king-of-the-metaverse/
From the rise of TikTok to the Boomerification of Facebook, our data tells many important stories. We take a look back at the history of meme origins from the last decade-plus to infer how the internet and its culture have evolved.
— Read on knowyourmeme.com/editorials/insights/where-do-memes-come-from-the-top-platforms-from-2010-2022