Setting Boundaries Around AI in Education: Suggested Guidelines for Educators
The world is aflame with anxiety about AI – everything from job losses to students using AI to cheat on papers, tests, perhaps even their Ph.D. theses. These are pressing ethical issues. Questions about AI should be studied and answered. However, we want to raise another concern. Although AI Detector pro is a best-in-class company […]
Nvidia RTX 4090 vs RTX A6000 for AI: which is best?
AI researchers have a lot of options for GPUs to run training on; but surprisingly, there aren’t many affordable options that can actually handle the load. Basically, anything made by ATI or Intel won’t run popular AI libraries well — if at all — and the memory requirements for a GPU are so high that […]
How often is ChatGPT actually correct?
The most concerning thing about the proliferation of AI natural language generation (and GPT) is the fact that it can provide cogent answers to questions that sound reasonable but may be totally wrong. Unfortunately, this can cause huge problems in many domains as more and more people are relying (knowingly or not) on AI for […]
Can you identify AI generated content?
In this post, we will look at a simple test dataset that we use to test people and algorithms on how good they are at identifying AI generated content. The dataset consists of 20 passages of text. Of these, 50% were written by a human, 40% were written by a GPT based AI model, and […]