This month we are highlighting papers that examine a range of topics related to AI, from ChatGPT to judicial developments in regulating AI. Keeping up the discussion on the benefits and risks associated with AI is crucial, and SSRN helps keep you informed by posting the latest AI research.
You can find a list of the papers that we’ll be posting about this month, on Twitter and in our other blog posts, below.
Have we missed a great paper on AI? Let us know in the comments.
- A Brief Review of Deep Learning for Facial Expression Recognition
- Accountability in Artificial Intelligence: What It Is and How It Works
- Algorithm, Human, or the Centaur: How to Enhance Clinical Care?
- An AI Method to Score Celebrity Visual Potential from Human Faces
- Depending on AI
- Did the COVID-19 Pandemic Propel Usage of AI in Pharmaceutical Innovation? New Evidence from Patenting Data
- Factors Influencing Clinicians’ Willingness to Use an AI-Based Clinical Decision Support System
- GPT Takes the Bar Exam
- Open Source Intelligence and AI: A Systematic Review of the GELSI Literature
- Predictive Policing in the United States
- Regulating Artificial Intelligence Systems: Risks, Challenges, Competencies, and Strategies
- The AI Gambit — Leveraging Artificial Intelligence to Combat Climate Change: Opportunities, Challenges, and Recommendations
- The Chatbot Will See You Now’: Mental Health Confidentiality Concerns in Software Therapy
- The political ideology of conversational AI: Converging evidence on ChatGPT’s pro-environmental, left-libertarian orientation
- The Rule of Algorithm and the Rule of Law
- Will Robots Rule the (Artistic) World? A Proposed Model for the Legal Status of Creations by Artificial Intelligence Systems