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  • 17 hekim bulamadı, teşhisi ChatGPT koydu! 1 SORU 6 DOKTOR: Yapay zeka doktorların yerini alabilir mi? ‘YZ yorgunluktan etkilenmez, dikkati dağılmaz’
    on 22/09/2023

    ABD'de üç yıl boyunca tam 17 doktora görünen yedi yaşındaki Alex’in sağlık sorununu ChatGPT'nin çözmesi, yapay zekanın ‘doktorluk’ yolunda olduğunu bir kez daha ortaya koydu. Peki yapay zeka doktorların yerini alabilir mi? Alanında uzman isimler hurriyet.com.tr’ye anlattı.

  • İşte dijital çağın vebaları... WhatsAppitis, nomofobi, crackberry
    on 20/09/2023

    Teknoloji çağının yeni vebaları ‘dijital hastalıklar’ oldu. Mesela belirtisi WhatsApp’ta aşırı mesaj atmak olan ‘WhatsAppitis’, telefonsuzluk korkusu anlamına gelen ‘nomofobi’ ya da sürekli mail kontrol etme şeklinde kendini gösteren ‘crakcberry’ gibi... Uzmanlar uyarıyor: Çocuklarınızı bu hastalıklardan koruyun.

  • ‘Yeni teknolojilerin merkezi olacağız’
    on 20/09/2023

    Amirkan Şirketler Derneği’nin “1.000 Global Türk” projesinin New York’taki tanıtım toplantısında konuşan Sanayi ve Teknoloji Bakanı Mehmet Fatih Kacır, “Türkiye Yüzyılı’nı inşa ettiğimiz bu dönemde Togg gibi paradigma değişimlerine odaklanacağız. Türkiye’yi bataryalardan uçan akıllı arabalara, akıllı tıbbi cihazlardan yeni nesil uydu girişimlerine kadar yenilikçi ve çığır açıcı teknolojiler için küresel merkez olarak konumlandırmayı hedefliyoruz” dedi.

  • ‘Teknolojide 7’den 77’ye memnuniyete odaklandık’
    on 18/09/2023

    Türkiye İstatistik Kurumu’nun (TÜİK) araştırmasına göre 6-15 yaş grubundaki çocukların internet kullanım oranı yüzde 82.7 seviyelerinde (2021). TÜİK’in araştırmasına göre oranın bu denli yüksek olmasının arkasında pandemiyle birlikte başlayan ve çeşitli nedenlerle devamı gelen uzaktan eğitim sisteminin etkisi büyük. Araştırmaya göre 6-15 yaş grubundaki çocuklar, haftalık ortalama 12 saat 25 dakika ders içi, 6 saat 59 dakika ders dışı zamanlarında İnternet kullanıyor.

  • Virtual influencers: meet the AI-generated figures posing as your new online friends
    by The Conversation on 22/09/2023

    The future of influence is here: a digital avatar that captivates millions of adoring fans while offering unparalleled customisation and round-the-clock availability. Virtual influencers are transforming the way content is created, consumed and marketed online. They represent an electrifying dance between cutting-edge technology and our desire for connection. But, at the same time, they are yet another product being peddled by marketers that want our money. Upon close inspection, we can see the risks that emerge with these blurred realities. What are virtual influencers? While virtual influencers aren’t a particularly new concept – virtual Japanese popstar Kyoko Date has been…This story continues at The Next Web

  • Poland investigates ChatGPT after alleged data privacy breach
    by Ioanna Lykiardopoulou on 22/09/2023

    Poland’s data protection watchdog is investigating OpenAI’s ChatGPT after an unnamed complainant accused the company of GDPR breaches. “The case concerns the violation of many provisions on the protection of personal data, which is why we will ask OpenAI to answer a number of questions in order to thoroughly conduct the administrative proceedings,” said Jan Nowak, president of the country’s Personal Data Protection Office (UODO). He added that “these aren’t the first doubts” about the AI tool’s compliance with European principles of data privacy and security. According to the UODO, the accusations are structured around “unlawful and unreliable” data processing…This story continues at The Next Web

  • Microsoft’s $69B Activision merger on track for green light
    by Siôn Geschwindt on 22/09/2023

    The UK’s antitrust watchdog announced today that it has provisionally accepted Microsoft’s new terms for its $69bn acquisition of Call of Duty developer Activision-Blizzard, renewing hopes that the biggest-ever gaming deal will go ahead. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) blocked the merger in April after fears that Microsoft — which already accounts for an estimated 60% to 70% of the global cloud gaming market — would further increase its advantage by making some of the world’s most popular games exclusively available on its own platforms. The two firms submitted a revised merger agreement to the CMA last month, aimed…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Microsoft

  • A linguistic anthropologist explains how humans are like ChatGPT
    by The Conversation on 22/09/2023

    ChatGPT is a hot topic at my university, where faculty members are deeply concerned about academic integrity, while administrators urge us to “embrace the benefits” of this “new frontier.” It’s a classic example of what my colleague Punya Mishra calls the “doom-hype cycle” around new technologies. Likewise, media coverage of human-AI interaction — whether paranoid or starry-eyed — tends to emphasise its newness. In one sense, it is undeniably new. Interactions with ChatGPT can feel unprecedented, as when a tech journalist couldn’t get a chatbot to stop declaring its love for him. In my view, however, the boundary between humans…This story continues at The Next Web

  • The EU’s Chips Act enters into force: Here’s what it means
    by Ioanna Lykiardopoulou on 22/09/2023

    The EU’s Chips Act finally entered into force yesterday (September 21), after spending over a year winding its way through the legislature. The landmark law is designed to bolster the bloc’s domestic supply, sovereignty, and competitiveness in the semiconductor sector. Semiconductor chips are the backbone of all electronic products — and as such, theyr’e fundamental components in everything from smartphones and cars to applications in healthcare, clean energy, and communications. This means chips are also at the centre of geopolitical interests and the global rally for technological supremacy. “The global race for leadership in chips is a fact and Europe…This story continues at The Next Web

  • Biotech startup opens UK’s first pilot facility for cultivated animal fat
    by Ioanna Lykiardopoulou on 21/09/2023

    Hoxton Farms, a London-based biotech startup, has opened today the UK’s first pilot production facility for cultivated animal fat. Launched in 2020, the company combines cell biology and mathematical modelling to produce cultivated fat from pig and cow stem cells as an ingredient for plant-based meat. Its targets food ingredient suppliers, distributors, and manufacturers of meat alternatives. According to the startup, optimised taste isn’t its sole advantage. Cultivated fat also requires less water, less land, and less energy than intensive agriculture — all without harming animals. “It’s no secret that the traditional meat industry is broken, but consumers are disappointed…This story continues at The Next Web