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Clippy returned (as an unnecessary “AI”)
This week I used an “AI” feature that struck me as somewhat unnecessary.
It's pretty rude of OpenAI to make their use of your content opt-out
OpenAI, the company that makes ChatGPT, now offers a way for websites to opt out of its crawler. By default, it will just use web content as it sees fit. How rude!
“AI” content and user centered design
When organisations force LLM-output on users instead of paying people to create their content, they don't center users.
Neither artificial, nor intelligent
Large Language Models (LLMs) and tools based on them (like ChatGPT) are a popular topic among technologists today. I struggle with the optimism I see from businesses, the haphazard deployment of these systems and the seemingly ever-expanding boundaries of what we are prepared to call “artificially intelligent”.
Re: AI for content creation
Content that is created with the aid of machine learning lacks a human touch that is worth caring about.
How AI is made matters, confirms “Atlas of AI”
My review of Atlas of AI.
An AI reading list
Five books about artificial intelligence and the philosophy of AI that I can recommend.