Teaching AI, .ai Domain, AI-Generated Images

Welcome, tech fans, to another whirlwind week in AI advancements! Get ready to dive into the latest innovations, impacts, and quirky news in the world of artificial intelligence. Let's go!

6th Edition

Do I need to teach AI to my children?

Likely not! Earlier this year, schools banned ChatGPT faster than zooming sports cars. But now they've pulled a screeching U-turn! Many districts are welcoming AI with open arms. Riding the trend, OpenAI released an AI teaching guide for teachers last week. Get ready for your children to teach AI to you! 🤖🏫

Teaching with AI
We’re releasing a guide for teachers using ChatGPT in their classroom—including suggested prompts, an explanation of how ChatGPT works and its limitations, the efficacy of AI detectors, and bias.

Who owns the .ai domain?

AI startups snatched up the .ai domain like hotcakes. Elon's X.ai and tech giants Google.ai and Facebook.ai all scream, "We do AI!" But who's the mystery millionaire behind .ai? Plot twist - it's the tiny island Anguilla!

How can I identify AI-generated images?

Google DeepMind is beta testing SynthID to watermark and ID AI images. No more falling for faux photos! DeepMind's got your back. 🙌

That wraps up this week's AI newsletter, folks. Hope you enjoyed the ride on the AI rollercoaster! Be sure to buckle up for more twists and turns next week as we continue tracking the good, the bad, and the weird in AI. See you then! 🎢