GPTZero is a new service that purports to allow users to detect output generated by ChatGPT, using AI, just like ChatGPT. GPTZero are currently looking for users in education to help them develop a written-by-AI detector.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a WiFi based human pose sensing system that can identify multiple people and their positions in a room using the phase and amplitude of the WiFi signal, filtered using machine learning models. The system can map the UV coordinates of body regions and is comparable to image based recognition systems.
The recently released chatGPT general AI text model has been sending shockwaves around the internet. Jonas Degrave from Deep Mind wrote about how he used chatGPT to create a virtual machine, access the chatGPT website from the command line within the VM, and query chatGPT running in the VM, running in chatGPT.