MIT Student Spotlight | AI: Andi Peng
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by MIT CSAIL Alliance
5d ago
Andi Peng is a fourth year PhD student at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Peng grew up all over, but graduated from high school in Cleveland, Ohio before making her journey east. Prior to studying at CSAIL, Peng studied at Yale University where she earned a B.A. in Global Affairs and a B.S. in Cognitive Science. After Yale, Peng spent a year working in tech policy at the White House. While in D.C., Peng said it seemed clear to her that if she wanted to lend her voice as an expert on matters of AI and technology governance and its impact in the future, it was imp ..read more
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Unlocking the power of customer success in the age of AI
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by Imarc
1w ago
On May 30, the Mass Technology Leadership Council (MTLC) hosted a symposium at Bullhorn, Inc. in Boston that explored the dynamic intersection of customer success and artificial intelligence (AI). This gathering of experts provided valuable insights for organizations looking to enhance customer engagement through technology and data-driven insights. The discussions emphasized the critical need for aligning customer success initiatives with revenue goals. Panelists underscored the importance of linking customer success efforts to tangible business outcomes like retention and expansion. They als ..read more
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$10 Million AI on a $2 Budget
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by MIT Professional Education
2w ago
The recent consumerization of artificial intelligence means that companies can unlock valuable new use cases, even if they lack pricey data scientists and high-performance infrastructure. With salaries for data scientists approaching seven figures — to say nothing of the cost of high-performance computing equipment — most organizations cannot realistically build out an artificial intelligence effort from scratch. Yet, with robust, consumer-facing AI tools popping up over the past couple of years, companies can often replicate the results of a $10 million AI investment for the cost of a handfu ..read more
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Responsible Leadership in the AI Era
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by Susan Vroman, Sr. Lecturer, Management Department
1M ago
Leading sustainable business, fostering inclusivity, inspiring growth and motivating others…it all comes down to the same fundamental ideal: trust Without trust, there is no leadership. We need to trust that the person we are following is authentic and has our best interests at heart. We have to believe that what we say will not be used against us; that if we make a mistake, the consequences will not be a surprise; and that our goals and interests will be considered when professional development opportunities arise. Trust is inherent in psychological safety. Those who sense this safety are mor ..read more
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Highly Positive, Resilient Employees Less Afraid of AI, Unthreatened About Job Security, and More Likely to Experience Productivity, meQ’s AI Study Finds
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by meQuilibrium
1M ago
meQ Research Examines Cognitive Traits and Thinking Styles That Shape Impact of AI on Employees The implications of Generative AI technology on employees are greatly dependent on their problem-solving skills and how resilient and positive they are, according to the new meQuilibrium (meQ) Workforce Well-being study of 5,989 employed adults released today. A quarter of employees (25.3%) with low positivity are concerned that AI threatens their job security, compared to 16% of workers with high positivity. Strong problem-solving skills make employees 66% more likely to experience productivity gai ..read more
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Large Language Models Can Lie To You – This Professor Wants You To Know When They Do
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by Northeastern University
1M ago
Talk to almost anyone — anyone human, that is — and your conversation will encounter what Malihe Alikhani calls “healthy frictions,” moments where your goal in the conversation bumps up against your partner’s, moments that require clarification, produce confusion or lead to disagreement. Not so with large language models. Alikhani, an assistant professor in the Khoury College of Computer Sciences at Northeastern University, says that large language models like ChatGPT have a serious problem with certainty. Alikhani’s new project, called Friction for Accountability in Conversational Transaction ..read more
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MeQ Launches sparQ Gen AI Workforce Well-Being Tool
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by meQuilibrium
2M ago
1st Workforce Gen AI Well-Being Tool Enhances the Ability to Identify and Address Root Causes of Key Workforce Engagement, Performance and Well-being Risks Organizations collect complex sets of data about their workforce but it’s often a challenge to identify the underlying psychosocial factors impacting risks to employee well-being and performance, and act upon the data. Today, meQuilibrium (meQ), with its groundbreaking global database of workforce psychometrics, announced the launch of its new, proprietary generative artificial intelligence technology, “sparQTM”, which leverages meQ’s billi ..read more
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What ‘Edge AI’ Means for Smartphones
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by Morgan Stanley
2M ago
Shared by David Chapin and Shaylyn Sullivan As the adoption of generative artificial intelligence accelerates, more computing will be done in the hands of end users—literally. Increasingly, AI will be embedded in consumer devices such as smartphones, notebooks, wearables, automobiles and drones, creating new opportunities and challenges for the manufacturers of these devices. Generative AI’s phenomenal capabilities are power-intensive. So far, the processing needed to run sophisticated, mainstream generative AI models can only take place in the cloud. While the cloud will remain the foundation ..read more
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In the Age of ChatGPT, AI Models are Massively Popular… and Easily Compromised
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by Northeastern University
2M ago
Long before 2023 ended, it had already been crowned as the year of generative AI. Spurred by the advent of models like ChatGPT that produced detailed, jarringly human replies to user prompts, experts and novices alike began musing on the technology’s potential impacts on work, education, and creativity. But while today’s large language models (LLMs) are stunningly capable, they’re also shockingly vulnerable, says Khoury professor Alina Oprea. She’s been studying AI in a cybersecurity context for more than a decade, and recently co-authored a report that delves into these attacks on AI — how th ..read more
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AI & the Law: A Lawyer Explains the Risks for Companies
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by The Institute for Experiential AI at Northeastern University
3M ago
A lawyer specializing in data privacy walks through the AI risk landscape. The breakneck advance of AI is leading to a lot of confusion in the business world. But confusion isn’t necessarily a bad thing. If it’s met with genuine curiosity and a desire to understand, it can transform into wisdom. Chris Hart, a partner at Boston-based law firm Foley Hoag, understands this well. As co-chair of the firm’s privacy data security group, Hart advises business clients on regulatory compliance, helping them identify risks and adopt policies to avoid legal issues. Recently, Hart spoke alongside two membe ..read more
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