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Monthly Archives: August 2023

Why and how to create corporate genAI policies

Computer World: “Adoption of generative AI is happening at a breakneck pace, but potential threats posed by the technology will require organizations to set up guardrails to protect sensitive data and customer privacy — and to avoid running afoul of regulators. As a large number of companies continue to test and deploy generative artificial intelligence… Continue Reading

US Copyright Office opens inquiry into laws needed to rein in genAI

“The agency move is part of an ongoing effort to gather public feedback on why AI can sometimes flagrantly use copyrighted materials to produce content. The agency plans to hand over its findings to Congress. The US Copyright Office is seeking public input on copyright law and policy issues raised by generative AI and is… Continue Reading

Google Maps Platform adds air quality and pollen information to capture changing climate realities

Mashable: “Google’s latest launch suggests Maps is becoming more than a navigation tool, as the company announces three new public APIs covering solar, air quality, and pollen data and predictions to address the world’s new climate reality. Now, in addition to the company’s Maps, Routes, and Places APIs, a new “Environment” category will be joining… Continue Reading

Quantifying Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Human Deaths to Guide Energy Policy

Quantifying Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Human Deaths to Guide Energy Policy by Joshua M. Pearce and Richard Parncutt. This article belongs to the Special Issue The Future of Energy Policy. “When attempting to quantify future harms caused by carbon emissions and to set appropriate energy policies, it has been argued that the most important… Continue Reading

State of AI Report Compute Index

“The State of AI Report Compute Index tracks the size of public, private and national HPC clusters, as well as the utilisation of various AI chips in AI research papers. As a key substrate upon which AI models are trained and run, the size of compute clusters and the popularity of specific chips helps us… Continue Reading

Subjects: AI

New LC Report on Safety, Security of Artificial Intelligence Systems

In Custodia Legis: “The use of artificial intelligence (AI) has increased exponentially and is permeating every aspect of our lives, from personal to professional. While it can be used in many positive ways to solve global challenges, there are also security risks to be considered, such as fundamental rights infringements, personal data security, and harmful… Continue Reading

Free Tiny Tools

The Best Free Online Web Tools You Will Ever Need – “FreeTinyTools provides free online conversion, Text Tools, Image Processing, Online Calculators, Unit converters Tools, Binary Converter Tools Website Management Tools, Development Tools and other handy tools to help you solve problems of all types. All files both processed and unprocessed are deleted after 15… Continue Reading