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Michael Cohen arrives at New York Supreme Court for former President Donald Trump's civil business fraud trial on Oct. 25, 2023 in New York. Cohen says he unwittingly passed along to his attorney bogus artificial intelligence-generated legal case citations he got online before they were submitted to a New York judge. Yuki Iwamura/AP hide caption

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Baltimore illustrator John de Campos isn't happy that AI is being used to create images for commercial purposes, supplanting artists whose real life experience is reflected in their work. Andrea Hsu/NPR hide caption

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With ChatGPT turning 1, Americans wonder whether AI is coming for their jobs

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Opinion: High schoolers can do what AI can't

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OpenAI, maker of ChatGPT, has in recent weeks been hit with lawsuits from comedian Sarah Silverman, U.S. novelists, and others alleging copyright infringement. Now, The New York Times is weighing possible legal action. Leon Neal/Getty Images hide caption

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Startup companies say that new programs similar to ChatGPT could complete doctors' paperwork for them. But some experts worry that inherent bias and a tendency to fabricate facts could lead to errors. ER Productions Limited/Getty Images hide caption

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Doctors are drowning in paperwork. Some companies claim AI can help

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The OpenAI logo is seen on a mobile phone in front of a computer screen displaying output from ChatGPT on March 21, in Boston. A group of prominent computer scientists and other tech industry notables are calling for a 6-month pause to consider the risks of powerful artificial intelligence technology. Michael Dwyer/AP hide caption

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When Geoff Brumfiel asked an AI software for rocket schematics, he got interesting results. Like these Saturn V-inspired renderings. NPR staff generated imagery using Midjourney hide caption

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Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft corporate vice president of modern Llife, search, and devices speaks during an event introducing a new AI-powered Microsoft Bing and Edge at Microsoft in Redmond, Wash., earlier this month. Jason Redmond/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Microsoft's new AI chatbot has been saying some 'crazy and unhinged things'

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Computers have been used in rocketry for half-a-century, so it's possible to think that the new AI programs could help. They struggled to grasp the basics. NPR staff generated imagery using Midjourney hide caption

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We asked the new AI to do some simple rocket science. It crashed and burned

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Dr. Yejin Choi University of Washington Professor and MacArthur Fellow, works to improve AI's understanding of common sense. John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation hide caption

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