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AI Speech-to-text Can Hallucinate Violent Language
Nightmares could be an early warning sign of an autoimmune disease flare-up – new study
Nightmares could be an early warning sign of autoimmune disease flare-up – new study
AI-assisted writing is quietly booming in academic journals. Here’s why that’s OK
OpenAI’s content deal with the FT is an attempt to avoid more legal challenges – and an AI ‘data apocalypse’
Belinda Stanton blends works with AI in ‘hallucinatory’ Rosalie Gallery exhibition
The Australian Universities Accord offers a unique opportunity to reshape the higher education sector
AI tools produce dazzling results – but do they really have ‘intelligence’?
TGA Product Information safety updates 24 July
Both humans and AI hallucinate – but not in the same way
Major CMRF grant to research hallucinations in Parkinson’s Disease
Hallucinations in the movies tend to be about chaos, violence and mental distress. But they can be positive too
Tokyo Tech, Tohoku University, Fujitsu, and RIKEN start collaboration to develop distributed training of Large Language Models
ANU scientists make Australian-first detection of new drug
Swinburne research lets you meet voices in your head
Does psychedelic science need philosophy?
DESASTRES by Marco Fusinato Experimental noise project opens at Australia Pavilion for 59th International Art Exhibition of
Hallucinations induced in lab could be key to better understanding and treatment
Study finds key risk factors for teenage suicide