Artificial Intelligence has too much hype. In this podcast, linguist Emily M. Bender and sociologist Alex Hanna break down the AI hype, separate fact from fiction, and science from bloviation. They're joined by special guests and talk about everything, from machine consciousness to science fiction, to political economy to art made by machines.
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Researchers Sarah West and Andreas Liesenfeld join Alex and Emily to examine what software companies really mean when they say their work is open source, and call for greater transparency. more
Emily and Alex time travel back to a conference of men who gathered at Dartmouth College in the summer of 1956 to examine problems relating to computation and "thinking machines," an event commonly mythologized as the founding of the field of artific... more
Drs. Emma Strubell and Sasha Luccioni join Emily and Alex for an environment-focused hour of AI hype. How much carbon does a single use of ChatGPT emit? What about the water or energy consumption of manufacturing the graphics processing units that tr... more
If you are still afraid of the stochastic parrots, listen. more
I checked out this podcast after it was recommended by Politico. What a waste of time. The two hosts are just snarky pseudo-intellectual whiners. They condescendingly critique a blog post without providing their own view of how AI is progressing and what we should do about. Soo many better podcasts without as-hole hosts.
Whether you are an AI-maximalist, AI-skeptic, or somewhere in between, this podcast is a must-listen to understand the concerns around the 2023 AI hype and that “AI” critics are not simply luddites or party poopers. more
I am very glad that this podcast exists. There needs to be a focus on critically questioning the hype around artificial intelligence. because this topic is so important, I wish that the podcast producers had more patience to do a good job in communicating their ideas. There are audio problems with this podcast, but not from a bad microphone or setting. The two speakers mumble, and speak too quickly to be understood clearly at all times. furthermore, the format of pedantic quibbling with an artic... more
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Mystery AI Hype Theater 3000 launched 6 months ago and published 21 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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