3 Questions: How AI image generators could help robots | MIT News

AI picture turbines, which create fantastical sights on the intersection of goals and actuality, bubble up on each nook of the net. Their leisure worth is demonstrated by an ever-expanding treasure trove of whimsical and random photos serving as oblique portals to the brains of human designers. A easy textual content immediate yields a virtually … Read more

Large language models help decipher clinical notes | MIT News

Electronic health records (EHRs) need a new public relations manager. Ten years ago, the U.S. government passed a law that strongly encouraged the adoption of electronic health records with the intent of improving and streamlining care. The enormous amount of information in these now-digital records could be used to answer very specific questions beyond the scope of clinical … Read more

Subtle biases in AI can influence emergency decisions | MIT News

It’s no secret that people harbor biases — some unconscious, perhaps, and others painfully overt. The average person might suppose that computers — machines typically made of plastic, steel, glass, silicon, and various metals — are free of prejudice. While that assumption may hold for computer hardware, the same is not always true for computer … Read more