Tag: AI

  • Privacy-Invasive Inference Capabilities of Large Language Models Uncovered

    LLMs (Large Language Models), like ChatGPT, are like word association champs, using massive data to guess what words come next. Interestingly, according to a recent study, they can also make a decent guess about a wide range of personal attributes from anonymous text, such as race, gender, occupation, and location [1]. The article gives an example where…

  • Strings of Nonsense Convince AI Chatbots to Abandon Ethical Rules

    Continuing previous coverage of development in AI systems, I wanted to share a study and demo from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the Center for AI Safety in San Francisco, California revealing a new spin on how chatbot safeguards are susceptible to attacks. AI chatbots like OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Google’s Bard, and Anthropic’s Claude don’t have…

  • Deep Learning AI Improves Facial Movement Tracking

    A growing area of research in mobile data collection is the real-time tracking and communication of facial movements. While this presents another opportunity for human progress through data, it also raises technological challenges and serious privacy concerns.  Research in this area has faced a variety of barriers. Potential solutions have been too physically cumbersome, too…