Weekly Web Harvest for 2023-04-09

  • About Us – Mozilla.ai
    Mozilla.ai’s mission is to make developing trustworthy AI apps and products easy. To start we will focus on developing tools to build safety and transparency into the heart of recommendation systems and generative AI technologies.

  • Richard Walter, the ‘Living Sherlock Holmes,’ Was a Fraud
    Walter refused several requests for an interview. “You have earned one’s distrust that merits severing any contact with you in the future,” he wrote me, veering into strange pronoun usage. “Under no circumstances would himself cooperate in your suspicious activities.”

  • How to cite ChatGPT
    Unfortunately, the results of a ChatGPT “chat” are not retrievable by other readers, and although nonretrievable data or quotations in APA Style papers are usually cited as personal communications, with ChatGPT-generated text there is no person communicating. Quoting ChatGPT’s text from a chat session is therefore more like sharing an algorithm’s output; thus, credit the author of the algorithm with a reference list entry and the corresponding in-text citation.

    h/t Downes