Does OpenAI have a sustainable business model? ChatGPT usage is down (from its initial astronomical numbers), but – more importantly – by the numbers, the power users are engineers. When it comes to coding, GPT-4 makes good engineers great and it makes bad engineers better. Continue Reading →
OpenAI is launching a ChatGPT tool for teachers and a guide for them to integrate AI into their classrooms. Shelly Palmer, tech expert and Professor of Advanced Media in Residence at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, speaks with Dan Bowens and Tashanea Whitlow on Fox 5's Good Day New York about how OpenAI is aiming to help teachers seamlessly integrate AI into classrooms as well as understand the potential benefits and challenges. Original Airdate: September 5, 2023 Continue Reading →

ChatGPT for Teachers

OpenAI has a new blog post offering best practices guidance for educators. They also have a page of excellent resources for teachers and students alike. Continue Reading →
This week, OpenAI – the organization behind ChatGPT – responded to class-action lawsuits from several book authors, including notable names like Sarah Silverman and Paul Tremblay. The authors allege that ChatGPT was trained on pirated copies of their books, thus infringing on their copyrights. Continue Reading →
When speaking about ChatGPT for business, the very first question asked is: "How do we keep our data private?" We have helped dozens of organizations build Generative AI tech stacks that prioritize data privacy and security, and OpenAI just made our jobs a lot easier. Continue Reading →

The C/G Boundary

ChatGPT became available to the public on November 30, 2022. I’ve given that date a name: the Curation/Generation AI Boundary (C/G Boundary). The C/G Boundary marks the transition from a time when AI was predominantly used to curate and organize preexisting content to a period characterized by AI’s capability to autonomously generate content and solutions. Continue Reading →
The New York Times (NYT) is contemplating legal action against OpenAI, the organization behind ChatGPT. The crux of the dispute lies in copyright concerns surrounding the use of the newspaper's content. Continue Reading →
Seven AI tech giants – OpenAI, Microsoft, Google, Meta, Amazon, Anthropic, and Inflection – have committed to watermarking AI-generated content. The goal is to label the provenance of AI-generated text, video, audio, and images, thereby reducing the risk of misleading users about the content's origins. As Google's blog aptly puts it, "None of us can get AI right on our own." Continue Reading →