The Educator's Notebook

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Tag: tech/AI: government and law

A.I. Updates

    • Wired
    • 04/28/24
    “The USCO’s notice granting Shupe copyright registration of her book does not recognize her as author of the whole text as is conventional for written works. Instead she is considered the author of the “selection, coordination, and arrangement of text generated by artificial intelligence.” This means no one can copy the book without permission, but […]

TECH/AI: ETHICS AND RISK

    • Washington Post
    • 01/03/24
    “Here are three dispatches highlighting the various ways that candidates — and crucially, third parties — seem ready to use AI as America chooses its next president.”
    • Brookings
    • 12/15/23
    • Schneier on Security
    • 12/15/23
    “I am going to make several arguments. One, that there are two different kinds of trust—interpersonal trust and social trust—and that we regularly confuse them. Two, that the confusion will increase with artificial intelligence. We will make a fundamental category error. We will think of AIs as friends when they’re really just services. Three, that […]

TECH/AI: GOVERNMENT AND LAW

TECH/AI: USES AND APPLICATIONS

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