AI has entered a new phase. The last few months have seen an explosion in generative AI.
The ability to use text to automatically write narratives and create art is maturing very fast. Early applications of these new capabilities in co-authoring software, writing news articles and business reports, and creating commercials are already emerging. We can expect entire industries - from software engineering to creative marketing - to be disrupted.
Revolutionizing Mental Health with AI-Powered Avatars
UNIVERSAL TUTOR, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Economic Transformation Technologies (ETT), is proud to announce the launch of its groundbreaking education technology platform for social & emotional learning. The platform uses an AI avatar-led gamified approach, providing a customized and powerful tool for students, teachers, parents, and administrators. In addition to optimizing the student experience, it connects the stakeholders to provide additional support to students in need, which addresses concerns of bullying, gun violence, and child suicide, all which are at an all-time high.
The Universal Tutor platform is equipped with psychometrics, providing powerful insight into students' mental health and emotional well-being. The platform is unique in providing real time secure data to stakeholders in the education process, offering a collaborative approach to Social & Emotional Learning. This platform is the first to use Artificial Intelligence and Predictive Data to provide visibility, personalized learning, and effective collaboration.
Tools developed appropriately may be able to help with DEI initiatives - but therein lies the problem, experts said during a recent SHRM panel.
Artificial intelligence tools offer many potential benefits, but keeping up with AI's rapidly evolving developments can seem like 'Everything Everywhere All at Once,' said Victoria Lipnic, head of the Human Capital Group at Resolution Economics, referring to the Oscar-nominated film as she summarized the challenges employers face.
Lipnic, a former chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission under Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump, moderated a Feb. 28 panel on AI at the Society for Human Resource Management's Employment Law and Compliance Conference in Washington, D.C.
Training a single AI model can gobble up more electricity than 100 US homes use in an entire year. But with the such fast growth and limited transparency, no one knows exactly how much electricity and emissions can be attributed to the AI sector.
Artificial intelligence has become the tech industry's shiny new toy, with expectations it'll revolutionize trillion-dollar industries from retail to medicine. But the creation of every new chatbot and image generator requires a lot of electricity, which means the technology may be responsible for a massive and growing amount of planet-warming carbon emissions.
Economic Transformation Technologies (ETT), a leading provider of on-premise or cloud-based solutions for healthcare, has announced the launch of its Intelligent Healthcare Interoperability Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution.
The new solution is designed to accelerate the seamless integration of disparate data sources and applications with an AI-enabled solution to generate actionable information for clinical decision-making, population health management, quality-driven health outcomes, and value-based care. ETT's Intelligent Interoperability PaaS provides an affordable and agile solution for providers, health systems, and patients to allow an AI-enabled comprehensive solution for patient-centric clinical care as well as for population health management within a single unified platform.
From Google's Bard to Microsoft's new Bing, here are all the major contenders in the AI chatbot space
With all the hype surrounding ChatGPT, it's no wonder other companies are vying for a piece of the AI-powered chatbot game. Companies are betting that we're at a decisive moment in the artificial intelligence industry, where products that adopt and build upon the budding technology could have the potential to reshape technology as we know it - not to mention shake up the Big Tech hierarchy.
Artificial intelligence is already designing microchips and sending us spam, so what's next? Here's how generative AI really works and what to expect now that it's here.
This article introduces you to generative AI and its uses with popular models like ChatGPT and DALL-E. We'll also consider the limitations of the technology, including why "too many fingers" has become a dead giveaway for artificially generated art.
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