Termed “Pangea Ultima,” the predicted future landmass might be extremely hot, plagued by volcanoes and largely inhospitable, per a new modeling study
Artists who submit to the competition will need to disclose whether they used A.I. tools like Midjourney
The never-before-seen images will be sold as NFTs at an upcoming Christie’s auction
Electrodes collected brain signals while people listened to "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 1," then computers produced a garbled but recognizable track
The unplanned experiment provided clear lessons on the value—and limitations—of online learning. Are educators listening?
A device called the Antikythera mechanism is the true-life basis for the object at the center of the franchise’s latest installment
Implanted devices record the brain waves associated with speech and then use computer algorithms to translate the intended messages
Geoffrey Hinton quit Google this week to speak his mind on artificial intelligence, which he says may soon grow smarter than—and even manipulate—humans
Bard might give incorrect answers, but it "doesn't go off the rails"
Two new lawsuits argue that tools like Midjourney and Stable Diffusion are infringing on artists' rights
In response to the text-generating bot ChatGPT, the new tool measures sentence complexity and variation to predict whether an author was human
The tool went viral first for generating flattering portraits—and then for igniting ethical concerns
At "Artificial Imagination," a new Bay Area exhibition, artworks created by DALL-E 2 go on display
From the video game's blocks, he built galaxies, a nebula, a black hole and the solar system
Will the evidence back up world chess champion Magnus Carlsen's allegations against Hans Niemann, a young grandmaster?
Now known as "Loab," she pops up repeatedly in a series of creepy images
Artist Jason Allen placed first in a Colorado contest, generating debate about A.I.'s role in art
A new documentary tells the story of Industrial Light and Magic, the pioneering team that brought films like "Star Wars" and "Jurassic Park" to life
Over 1,000 artifacts get to the core of the iconic brand’s popularity
The experiment suggests that cyanobacteria 'batteries' could run small devices
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