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Club Spotlight – Cognitech

Cognitech, a burgeoning club dedicated to the exploration and application of Artificial Intelligence (AI), has made remarkable strides on its journey to success at the university. With just one month of official recognition from the Student Government Association (SGA), this innovative club has already attracted considerable student members who share a passion for AI and its vast potential.

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Generative AI and Higher Education – The Impact that AI could have at Seton Hall

On November 2nd, there was an Impact Talk hosted in Bethany Hall titled “Generative AI and Higher Education. The keynote speaker of the event was Dr. Jason Gulya, who is a professor at Berkeley College and the chair of the Artificial Intelligence council. There was also a panel of Seton Hall faculty and students to discuss the topic of AI as well, and express their beliefs on how they believe AI should or should not be implemented on campus.

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Samsung Data Breach Highlights ChatGPT Concerns In The Workplace

The release of ChatGPT in November 2022 by Open AI has already changed the way we work and learn. Along with this revolutionary technology has come many articles and testimonials from a wide array of publications (including The Stillman Exchange) decrying, glorifying, and dissecting the uses and morality of artificial intelligence in our future. If there was not enough dangers associated with AI, recently the topic of data security was added into the already hotly contested debate.

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ChatGPT’s Growing Impact on Education

The world is changing, and that can be very scary thing. Technology thinking for itself is something people thought we made up for movies and sci-fi novels. But today it’s changing the way people do their jobs and gives us a glimpse into the future of education. Chat GPT and it’s programmers could be the first step in that big change.

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Artificial Intelligence: A Challenge on Diversity in Today’s Technology-Powered World

“Being in a minority, even in a minority of one, did not make you mad. There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad.” ― George Orwell, 1984

George Orwell’s quote has never been more relevant than today. Even though something may feel uncomfortable to talk about, that does not make it untrue. Change can start with a single voice creating a ripple effect. Being the only one, does not mean that what you have to say is any less important even if it feels like the whole world is against you.

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Could Facial Recognition Be Perpetuating Society’s Biases?

Research has found that certain facial-recognition software perpetuates society’s existing inequities based on race, class, and gender. Joy Buolamwini, an M.I.T. Media Lab researcher, discovered that the facial-recognition algorithm she was working on could not detect her face – until she put on a white mask. She soon realized that many artificial-intelligence programs are trained to identify patterns using data sets that skew light-skinned and male results. Buolamwini stated, “When you think of A.I, it’s forward-looking, but A.I. is based on data, and data is a reflection of our history.”

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