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# Artificial Intelligence

Last month
June 2024
Electoral Commission unable to act over unflagged use of AI by far-right party in election posts
May 2024
Debunked: Image of burning house in rural Ireland is AI-generated and not a real arson attack
Facebook will soon use your photos, posts and other info to train its AI. You can opt out (but it's complicated)
Illustrator: Keep AI out of your programmes, GAA — you're supposed to be the good guys
Barry Masterson
This is NOT a photo of Paschal Donohoe skydiving
Faster and free version of ChatGPT that can see, hear, and respond with sarcasm launches
This year
EU parliament approves 'historic' and wide-ranging new rules on AI
Elon Musk sues OpenAI for 'betraying' company's founding mission for profit
Debunked: Audio of Gordon Ramsay praising Irish protestors is fabricated, likely by AI
AI algorithms pushing content 'romanticising' suicide to children, Oireachtas Committee hears
Debunked: Image of mountainous hay bales before Eiffel Tower is not a real photograph
Meta to begin labelling AI-generated images posted on its social media platforms
Leo Varadkar to speak about the risks of AI during Davos panel alongside Facebook's Nick Clegg
17-year-old Limerick student wins top prize at BT Young Scientists 2024
AI-driven misinformation biggest global risk ahead of major elections, according to WEF report
Last year
Poll: Are you worried about AI?
Debunked: Picture of Irish homeless woman and children is an AI-generated image
Europe reaches deal on world’s first comprehensive AI rules
Actors formally end strike and usher in protections from use of AI
Fianna Fáil senators warn ‘deepfakes' have 'turbocharged' disinformation threat to elections
Sam Altman to return as CEO of OpenAI less than a week after being sacked
Former OpenAI boss Sam Altman to join Microsoft following shock sacking
ChatGPT-maker Open AI pushes out co-founder and CEO Sam Altman
YouTube to regulate 'synthetic' content amid fears that AI is spreading misinformation and scams
AI named Word of the Year by Collins Dictionary
Insufficient evidence to rule out threat to humanity from AI, UK government paper says
Luke O'Neill: 'No, AI doesn't bother me. We shouldn't be frightened of it.'
Tom Hanks warns of ad with AI imposter promoting dental plan
Fake Porn, Real Victims: We must stop the easy use of AI to create nude images of women & girls
Dr Fiona Vera-Gray & Professor Clare McGlynn
Now ChatGPT will have live access to all the public information on the internet
Debunked: Irish users among those fooled by AI image of Pope in front of huge crowds
Hozier 'absolutely' prepared for Hollywood-style strike over AI threat to the music industry
First of its kind AI-supported mammography screening trial detects 20% more cancers
Mother of murdered two-year-old James Bulger condemns “sick” AI-generated clips of son on TikTok
'This is a not a thinking machine': Ireland's experts react to AI industry doomsday warnings
Analysis: Generative AI won’t replace human creativity, but it will change it
Constance de Saint Laurent & Vlad Glaveanu
Column: 'Innovation should be encouraged, but not to just benefit oligarchic trillionaires'
Ciarán Casey
Opinion: When it comes to news trust, AI presents both opportunities and risks
Dr Kirsty Park
British PM Rishi Sunak announces UK will host first global AI summit ahead of talks with Biden
AI poses 'extinction' risk to humanity if it grows too advanced, experts say