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Better an Idealist than a Laggard...

To determine which new technologies merit the investment of time and money, we utilise a 2x2 matrix to assess the attitudes of optimists and cynics with regard to technological advancements. We argue that it is preferable to embrace new technologies as an Idealist as opposed to a Laggard.

Generative AI’s Impact on Education – Don’t Fight the Inevitable

Generative AI is having a profound impact on the higher education landscape, with some institutions expressing reservations about its accuracy and safety. However, educators should not impede its use, but instead focus on providing guidance to students on how to properly utilise this technology.

Don't Get Left Behind: The Benefits for Bid Writers of Early AI Adoption

Are bid writers and managers ready to embrace new technologies? This article explores AutogenAI's recently conducted survey of bid writers and managers, in which we assessed their attitudes towards AI, technological change and workplace innovation.

AI and Automation: Transforming Legal and Procurement Practices

As evidenced by the role of AI in facilitating LIBOR transition, Natural Language Processing (NLP) methods can automate the labour-intensive aspects of the legal profession. This article explores how AI technology can be similarly impactful in the procurement sector.

The State of AI: 10 Predictions for 2023

We predict 10 developments in AI for the coming year. AI is expected to have far-reaching implications in professional spaces such as writing, therapy and coaching, and gaming.

AI and Employment: The Future of Work is in Reskilling and Upskilling

AI is set to automate repetitive tasks and roles, and revolutionise entire industries. Will this cause socio-economic catastrophe, or lead to powerful growth and innovation? The quality of our commitment to education, reskilling and upskilling initiatives will decide.

Wittgenstein, ChatGPT and a Complex Soup of Linear Algebra

Large Language Models are excellent at producing grammatically correct word sequences quickly, but they are not suitable for accurately producing truth. The future of LLMs lies in combining their speed with human judgement.

ARTificial Intelligence - a help or hindrance to creativity?

Artists and creatives have always been instrumental in identifying and driving the zeitgeist. The application of AI is providing new ways for us to be creative.

Overcoming Algorithmic Aversion

Algorithmic aversion is the tendency for people to avoid using algorithms or automated decision-making systems when given the choice. This article explores the causes and solutions to this issue, with an emphasis on ensuring consumers' psychological needs are met.

Why better, faster writing is a big deal for business

As corporate writing becomes ever more complex and competitive, and technology improves at pace, the introduction of language engines for bids is great news for bid teams who are under immense pressure to produce high-quality bids in short timeframes.

Could Large Language Models be sentient?

We look at what one of the leading Philosophers on consciousness, David Chalmers, has to say on the latest developments in AI and our understanding of sentience.

Differences between human writing and AI writing

There's been a lot of talk lately about artificial intelligence (AI) and its ability to write like a human. But what exactly are the differences between AI writing and human writing? 

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