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Artificial Intelligence is Slowing Down – Part 3

Can we keep growing our deep learning models to accommodate for more and more complex tasks? Can we keep increasing the number of parameters in these things to allow current AI to get better and better at what it does. Surely, we are going to hit a wall soon with our current technology?ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS SLOWING […]

AI is an exciting field but beware the technology is far from perfect!

AIAT Blog AI is an exciting field but beware the technology is far from perfect! The Guardian reported last week on the fact that Google Gemini had been forced to take down its human image capability due to inappropriate depictions of historical characters ethnicities. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2024/feb/22/google-pauses-ai-generated-images-of-people-after-ethnicity-criticism Generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools have indeed made significant strides, […]

Want to be an AI Prompter?

AIAT Blog Want To Be an AI Prompter? I asked ChatGPT to identify the skill needs for a generative AI prompter role With no further ‘prompts’ I received the following response (good work Chat!!!) ‘An AI prompter’ typically requires a combination of technical, creative, and interpersonal skills: Technical Skills: Understanding of natural language processing (NLP) […]

Revolutionizing Agriculture: Exploring the Potential of AgTech

AIAT Blog Revolutionizing Agriculture: Exploring the Potential of AgTech In the face of climate change, environmental degradation, and the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the imperative to develop resilient food security systems and decentralized supply chains has never been more urgent. With the global population expected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050, the United Nations warns that […]

Luddites, Doomsayers and the Gartner Hype Cycle

AIAT Blog Luddites, Doomsayers and the Gartner Hype Cycle Developing an understanding of how new technologies needs to placed in the context of how humans tend to interact with those technologies. In early nineteenth century Great Britain the textile industry was going through a process of rapid mechanisation. The ‘Luddite Movement’ grew as a reaction […]

The Future of Higher Education in Australia

AIAT Blog The Future of Higher Education in Australia Assistant Professor Deborah Churchman attended the recent national conference of the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) national conference. The conference included discussions on the future of higher education in Australia. Concepts such as a national skills passport were discussed along with the new to […]

Landmark Laws on AI

AIAT Blog Landmark Laws on AI Generative AI has huge potential to transform society. The challenge is to harness this and other related technologies for the betterment of society and to minimise the risk of abuses. The difficulty is that the technologies continue to race ahead of government’s capacity to establish workable regulation. I am […]