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  1. Artificial Intelligence

    ‘Jailbreaks’ bring out the evil side of chatbots

    Researchers break chatbots in order to fix them. This so-called red-teaming is an important way to improve AI’s behavior.

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  2. Computing

    Teen-created software IDs skin conditions, risky drivers and more

    Researchers at the 2023 Regeneron ISEF unveiled computer programs to diagnose skin conditions, warn of dangerous driving and translate sign language.

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  3. Computing

    Scientists Say: Hardware and Software

    Hardware includes all the physical parts of a device you can hold. Software includes all the coded instructions to make that hardware work.

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  4. Tech

    Think of this new tech as sunglasses for our windows

    Keeping buildings cool can use a lot of energy. Thanks to quantum computing, engineers designed a coating to cut the warming light that enters windows.

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  5. Computing

    A single chip like this could transmit a world’s worth of data

    The internet has a big environmental footprint. But this new type of tech could help reduce the climate impact of computing.

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  6. Computing

    Scientists Say: Code

    Writing code allows people to tell computers and other smart devices what to do.

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  7. Computing

    Sleep helps AI models learn new things without forgetting old ones

    Breaks in training meant to mimic human sleep helped artificial intelligence learn multiple tasks.

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  8. Tech

    Think twice before using ChatGPT for help with homework

    ChatGPT is a new AI tool that generates well-formed writing and code. Despite many benefits, it makes cheating easy and can supply bad information.

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  9. Computing

    Scientists Say: Artificial intelligence

    Artificial intelligence is technology smart enough to do tasks that would normally require human brainpower.

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