1.WHAT ARTIFICULARLY DEFINED AI?
Artificial intelligence is defined by its capacity for pattern recognition, learning, and rule-based decision-making. ai, especially those like chatgpt and dall-e, should be able to be creative by assimilating and fusing diverse patterns from various artists if language and artistic output are patterns. it is one of the guiding principles, according to microsoft’s bing chatbot.
2.HOW GENERATIVE AI FUNCTIONING RECENTLY ?
It is capable of writing emails, summarising documents, commenting on code, translating documents, creating content, playing games, and of course, chatting. this is hardly a bleak future scenario.
3.WHY AI NEEDS HUMAN ?
Although artificial intelligence (ai) systems may one day develop in unanticipated ways, they still rely on humans for their data, design, and operations—as well as the ethical and social issues they raise. quality control still requires the use of people.
Institutions need to be given the tools they need to handle these difficulties before we transfer responsibility to them. the peer review system is overworked, and teachers are already exhausted. one approach is to use plagiarism detection techniques to combat ai. additional methods could be created to identify the authors of works of art or to reveal the presence of ai in academic articles.