“It would be silly to expect AI that is designed to mimic human-written text to be easily distinguishable from such text. In an arms race of adversarial AI techniques, where new AI can improve its performance along dimensions such as detectability by existing classifiers, we are not likely to have technologies that robustly detects AI-generated text.”
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Joseph McFadden, associate professor of animal science, writes this piece about the challenges of cutting down methane production from cattle.
This piece features the work of Karen Levy, professor of information science, on surveillance in the trucking industry.
“Managers often think that knowing more about what workers are doing is useful for making decisions, or eliminating waste, or compelling workers to comply with a firm’s goals,” says Karen Levy, professor of information science.
Michael Lynn, professor of services marketing, discusses present-day tipping practices.
“It also speaks to a lot of the ways in which, not just women, but influencers are treated,” says Brook Erin Duffy, associate professor of communication. “There’s just this recurrent critique that they are faking it somehow. They’re faking their success, they’re faking their looks, they’re faking their career. And so much of that is tied into the larger culture of social media, where people are trying to suss out what’s real and what’s performed in these spaces.”
Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and international trade policy, discusses the outlook for China’s economic recovery.
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Research on coronavirus