“AI and the Future of Newsroom”

Are you ready to embark on a journey into the future of journalism, powered by artificial intelligence? You are invited to attend Thai PBS World Forum 2023 under the theme…

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This illustration picture shows the AI (Artificial Intelligence) smartphone app ChatGPT surrounded by other AI App in Vaasa, on June 6.//AFP

ChatGPT can now search for data on the internet

New York, United States – The generative AI platform ChatGPT can now fetch data directly from the internet and gather up-to-date information in real-time, its creator OpenAI said Wednesday, in a…

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This picture shows an engineer from artificial intelligence company Pulse9 conducting a demonstration as a live actor for virtual human Zaein, seen on-screen, during an interview with AFP at the company in Seoul.//AFP

From K-pop to sales girls: AI goes mainstream in South Korea

Seoul, South Korea – Her face is a deepfake. Her body belongs to a team of similar-sized actors. But she sings, reads the news, and sells luxury clothes on TV as AI…

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Walk-A-Tif: FLOCK OF … Discover the supernatural nature of floating fish

You might think that the schools of fish swimming through the air in this room are normal floating-fish balloons at first glance. Actually, every fish is a work of art,…

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Silpakorn U’s dean defends use of Loopsie on faculty Facebook page

The Dean of the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts at Silpakorn University has defended his decision to use the popular “Loopsie” AI application on the faculty’s Facebook page….

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Is AI a threat to newsrooms?

2023 is the “breakthrough year for artificial intelligence (AI) and its application for journalism,” according to the Reuters Institute Digital News Report, which points out that AI transcription tools are…

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Bangkok to start using AI in management of traffic flow

Bangkok is to start using AI (Artificial Intelligence) to manage traffic flow on Ratchadapisek, Prasertmanukit and Ratchapruek roads. The traffic management model, developed through cooperation between the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration…

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Top AI CEOs, experts raise ‘risk of extinction’ from AI

Top artificial intelligence (AI) executives including OpenAI CEO Sam Altman on Tuesday joined experts and professors in raising the “risk of extinction from AI”, which they urged policymakers to equate at par with risks…

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Dark cloud over ChatGPT revolution: the cost

The explosion of generative AI has taken the world by storm, but one question all too rarely comes up: Who can afford it? OpenAI bled around $540 million last year…

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In global rush to regulate AI, Europe set to be trailblazer

The breathtaking development of artificial intelligence has dazzled users by composing music, creating images and writing essays, while also raising fears about its implications. Even European Union officials working on…

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AI Is Changing The Future of Work: How Could We Change Ours?

AI is not going to seize our jobs as many dread, but it surely is going to transform the future of jobs. However, we, humans, possess qualities that AI still…

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Holocaust survivor Dov Sagaju, 87, who was born in Romania holds up a photograph of him as a boy which was used to create an avatar that together with a memory, was transformed into images using Midjourney, an artificial intelligence program that creates images from text as part of an initiative by Chasdei Naomi, a non-profit organisation that provides help to thousands of Holocaust survivors, in Ashkelon, Israel January 19, 2023. REUTERS/Amir Cohen

Holocaust survivors use AI imagery to keep stories alive

Ehudith Bracha Serchook narrowly escaped death when her family fled Nazi-allied forces storming the Crimean city of Odesa in 1941, saved only by a lost sandal which made her miss…

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Bangkok gubernatorial candidates Chadchart, Suchatvee get most positive traffic on social media

Former Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang, Democrat candidate Suchatvee Suwansawat and former transport minister Chadchart Sittipunt are the three Bangkok gubernatorial candidates most mentioned on social media, according to a poll…

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China green-lights self-driving passenger vehicles in Beijing

Beijing on Thursday became the first Chinese city to green-light the pilot commercial operation of self-driving passenger vehicles without anyone in the driver’s seat. With safety supervisors in the front…

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Thailand’s first ‘virtual’ monk to preach Buddhism to new generation

Thailand’s first self-styled ‘virtual’ monk, Phra Maha AI, aspires to propagate the Lord Buddha’s teachings using easily understandable language and good natured preaching, which is easily accessible to the new-generation…

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Introducing Thailand’s “Virtual Influencer”

Meet “Ailynn”, a 21-year-old virtual influencer, introduced by the Thai digital agency “SIA Bangkok”, hoping to penetrate Thailand’s digital advertising industry and enhance virtual-reality-related businesses. According to its website, “Ailynn”…

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Amnesty International urges Thai government to drop charges against 31 protest leaders

Amnesty International has launched a campaign to pressure the Thai government into droping all charges against 31 anti-establishment activists. The London-based rights organization is urging its 8 million members, supporters…

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AI, big data technology used in pilot project to ease Bangkok’s traffic congestion

Four main roads in Bangkok are included in a five-year pilot project aimed at easing traffic congestion in the capital with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data…

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