Nov. 19, 2023, 6:25 p.m. | Editorial

Artificial intelligence (AI) | The Guardian

AI has given us hallucination as word of the year. We should quarrel with this humanising definition while recognising that it evokes unprecedented times

When the Cambridge dictionary announced “hallucinate” as its word of the year this week, it was not referring to its existing definition as a human condition of “seeing, hearing, feeling or smelling something that does not exist”, but to the phenomenon of AI developing the capacity to make – or fake – things up. This …

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