ARC Reads: March 2023 Edition

This Month: The People Building AI, Are You Asking This Question at Meetings?, How to Be Happy, What AI Chatbots Mean for the Future of Cybersecurity, & Robot Artificial Pollinators! 

In this March edition of ARC Reads we continue to share the latest tech and business articles that have piqued our interest.  

What We’re Reading This Month

The people building artificial intelligence are the ones who need AI the most – There are many interesting use cases for artificial intelligence, from drug discovery to autonomous transportation. But the people seeing the most benefits from AI technologies to date are technologists themselves — automating their operations and quality assurance, enabling faster application development, greater network optimization, and eliminating manual task work. Article posted here

Ask This Question at Your Next Meeting – Too often team meetings feel draining. But what if they accelerated the progress they often stifle? Managers can take a page from the startup world, where “mastermind meetings” are all the rage. Entrepreneurs routinely sign five-figure checks for the privilege of joining other founders and answering a single question.

Can data-driven research show us how to be happy? – What is happiness? And how can we be happy? These questions are integral to the human experience, but their answers can be elusive. We can apply several perspectives to approach them, through philosophy or psychology, for instance. We can also use our personal view of our feelings and goals as we navigate through life. But can we bring a scientific approach to happiness? Find out here

ChatGPT and more: What AI chatbots mean for the future of cybersecurity  From relatively simple tasks, such as composing emails, to more complex jobs, including writing essays or compiling code, ChatGPT — the AI-driven natural language processing tool from OpenAI — has been generating huge interest since its launch. Full article

This tiny flying robot could work as an artificial pollinator – The decline of pollinators, particularly bees, is having a grave impact on agriculture and human health. Scientists estimate that 4.7% of the world’s total production of fruit, 3.2% of vegetables, and 4.7% nuts is now lost because of inadequate pollination. But there’s hope. Researchers at Tampere University in Finland have developed a robot that could serve as an artificial pollinator. Check it out here!

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