Isaiah looks at the effects and problems of artificial intelligence in society.
Isaiah Hashimoto '24, Writer
AI Series: Part 3
This is the third article in a multi-article series. In my previous articles, I discussed how AI affects our daily lives. Next, I want to explore the challenges and solutions related to intellectual property and copyright when dealing with AI. With machines capable of creating original works, who owns the rights to these creations? How do we protect the intellectual property of human creators in a ...
AI Series: Part 2
In my previous article for this series, I gave a general overview of what’s currently happening with AI, including what AI is and how it fits into the education system. Diving deeper, one of the most pressing questions concerns the potential for internal bias and racism being inadvertently encoded into AI algorithms, which can have serious real-world consequences for individuals and communities. A...
AI Series: Part 1
Over the past few months, there have been significant developments in artificial intelligence. For example, ChatGPT, a chatbot developed by OpenAI, has emerged as a sophisticated model trained on text-based data to generate human-like responses to questions. The idea of AI that can communicate with humans goes back to 1966 with the very first AI chatbot, ELIZA, created by Joseph Weizenbaum. Chatbots ...
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