Skeptical tech workers say AI is overrated; Australia launches inaugural AI month to shape responsible AI future; DeepBio makes history as first Korean cancer A.I. company to win CES Innovation award; fired OpenAI CEO Sam Altman enticed by Satya Nadella to join Microsoft - this and more in our daily roundup. Let us take a look..
Over half of surveyed tech workers, including software engineers, designers, and business leaders, believe AI, including innovations like OpenAI's ChatGPT, is overrated, according to a Retool study. The skepticism arises from a lack of evident transformative impacts on productivity or work quality for businesses. Respondents express difficulty relying on current AI capabilities, citing time-consuming crafting of prompts and concerns about accuracy, making AI less practical for their roles, Business Insider reported.
Australia inaugurates its first-ever Artificial Intelligence (AI) Month, running from November 15 to December 15, led by the National AI Centre (NAIC). The initiative aims to engage Australians in shaping a responsible and inclusive AI future, fostering discussions among leading AI organizations, entrepreneurs, and researchers. Over 50 events nationwide, including workshops and conferences, will showcase Australia's AI expertise. The launch was officiated by Minister Ed Husic at the opening of Luke Millanta's AI-themed exhibition, according to a News-Medical report.
DeepBio makes history as the first Korean cancer diagnostic A.I. company to win the CES Innovation Award at CES 2024 in Las Vegas. Recognized in the Digital Healthcare category, DeepBio's A.I. diagnostic-aid software, DeepDx-Prostate, boasts a remarkable 99 percent sensitivity and 97 percent specificity. CEO Kim Sun-woo seesRead more on tech.hindustantimes.com