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Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Emory

New Reports

Plese check here for new and notable reports from the last several months that we have found useful or thought-provoking about AI and LLMs!



May 17, 2024, UK Government, Department of Science, Innovation and Technology

May 2024, US Senate, The Bipartisan US. Senate AI Working Group

May 2024, National Academies Press

May 3, 2024, Association of Research Libraries

May 3, 2024 Harvard Business Review Twelve persistent risks of AI that are driving skepticism. 

by Bhaskar Chakravorti

April 12, 2024 Stanford Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Center

March 25, 2024 International Consortium of Library Consortia

January 10, 2024, Authors Alliance

December 18, 2023, OpenAI

December 7, 2023, Claire Baytas, Ithaka S+R.

September 1, 2023, Excerpt from Kees Van Deemter and Ehud Reiter's chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Lying.

November 7, 2023, Lorcan

December 5, 2023, STM Association

July 17, 2023, preprint (i.e., not peer reviewed) by Travis Zack, Eric Lehman, Mirac Suzgun, Jorge A. Rodriguez, Leo Anthony Celi, Judy Gichoya, Dan Jurafsky, Peter Szolovits, David W. Bates, Raja-Elie E. Abdulnour, Atul J. Butte, Emily Alsentzer.

July 31, 2023, The Chronicle of Higher Education advice post by Kevin Gannon.

August 8, 2023, London School of Economics and Political Science blog post by Leonard Bauersfeld, Angel Romero, Manasi Muglikar, and Davide Scaramuzza.

July 10, 2023, principles from the Library Copyright Alliance, American Library Association (ALA), and Association of Research Libraries (ARL).

June 13, 2023, NPR Network: news story by Bill Radke.

May 11, 2023, Public Knowledge blog post by Nicholas Garcia.

May 2, 2023, webinar recording of Dr. Ethan Mollick, Associate Professor, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Lilach Mollick, Director of Pedagogy, Wharton Interactive, hosted by Harvard Business Publishing. Learn more about the webinar's speakers and content.