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# ChatGPT

Last month
May 2024
Poll: Have you used ChatGPT?
Faster and free version of ChatGPT that can see, hear, and respond with sarcasm launches
This year
2024
EU parliament approves 'historic' and wide-ranging new rules on AI
Microsoft adds dedicated AI assistant button to Windows PC keyboards
Last year
2023
Former OpenAI boss Sam Altman to join Microsoft following shock sacking
Investors in OpenAI seek return of fired CEO, US media report
ChatGPT-maker Open AI pushes out co-founder and CEO Sam Altman
Luke O'Neill: 'No, AI doesn't bother me. We shouldn't be frightened of it.'
Now ChatGPT will have live access to all the public information on the internet
'The AI excuse doesn't wash with me': Mixed reaction to plans to drop teacher-based assessment
NUJ has ‘grave concern’ over AI-generated story on refugees published by regional news group
Opinion: When it comes to news trust, AI presents both opportunities and risks
Dr Kirsty Park
CEO of ChatGPT founder tells US senators that AI regulation is 'critical' to prevent risks
'Godfather of AI' quits Google to warn of the technology's dangers
Germany launches data protection inquiry over ChatGPT
Italy blocks ChatGPT over its mass collection of personal data to 'train' algorithms
Opinion: As educators, we must step up our game in the face of ChatGPT
Dr James McDermott, Prof Michael Madden & Dr Iain MacLaren
ChatGPT creators release new tool aimed at easing concerns over university plagiarism
Students urged to steer clear of ChatGPT essays as bot reopens debate on college assessment
All time
Chatbot capable of writing scenes for a play and dissertations released by US start-up