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Artificial Intelligence will bring new era to the way world works

Artificial Intelligence will bring new era to the way world works

Archee Kumar | May 21, 2023

With the rise of artificial intelligence one important question looms— is the future of coding in threat or will a brand new era begin?  From its early beginnings in the mid-20th century to the present...

Artificial intelligence advancements will soon outsmart society

Artificial intelligence advancements will soon outsmart society

Abel Tariku | May 9, 2023

One could say that there has been an artificial intelligence takeover during  the past two years, from the rise of ChatGPT to the resurgence of Snapchat with its brand new AI making it possible to interact...

HP Reverb G2 Virtual Reality Headset in classroom 4220 at Foothill College.

Artificial intelligence and virtual reality technologies are transforming classrooms

Andrea Saldana | March 28, 2023

ChatGPT has taken over headlines and caused controversy nationwide with concerns about damaging education's academic integrity. Foothill College, however, encourages discussions surrounding ChatGPT and...

ChatGPT: Pros and Cons

ChatGPT: Pros and Cons

Connor Blum and Autumn Alvarez | February 21, 2023

The controversial artificial intelligence program, ChatGPT, is changing the world.  When put to the test, ChatGPT can create, answer and solve just about anything. Simply type a few words in its question...

Intelligent robots are a dangerous threat

Bella Chiu, Staff Reporter | November 14, 2019

The unstoppable development of intelligent robots can threaten our lives and even our existence. Russian startup Promobot is now selling the world’s first autonomous android, Robo-C, which the company...

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