Artificial Intelligence

The future of AI: How Wharton is leading the charge

The AI at Wharton Initiative and AI in Focus podcast series highlight the evolving and growing role of artificial intelligence in all areas of life, with Wharton as a global focal point for its study.

Dee Patel

Addressing bias in AI

In Policy Lab: AI and Implicit Bias, Penn Carey Law students propose solutions to address intersectional bias in generative AI.

From Penn Carey Law

In the News

Business Insider

AI is going to force millions of workers to train for new jobs. The U.S. has historically been terrible at this

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School says that older female workers took a lifelong hit to wages when telephone operators became automated in the late 19th century.



The U.S. equity market’s dominance is tied to tech and AI’s evolution

Daniel Rock of the Wharton School says that the sectors likely to be most impacted by artificial intelligence are health care and financial services.


Tech Crunch

As OpenAI’s multimodal API launches broadly, research shows it’s still flawed

Chris Callison-Burch of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and Ph.D. student Alyssa Hwang provide their early impressions of GPT-4 with vision.


The Washington Post

AI fake nudes are booming. It’s ruining real teens’ lives

Doctoral candidate Sophie Maddocks in the Annenberg School for Communication says that AI fake nudes are targeting girls and women who aren’t in the public eye.


The Wall Street Journal

How teachers are using—or not using—ChatGPT in the classroom

Christian Terwiesch of the Wharton School says that his expectations are higher now for student work, while Ph.D. candidate Andres Zambrano in the Graduate School of Education explains how ChatGPT helps him with translating and writing.



Thanks, Neanderthals: How our ancient relatives could help find new antibiotics

A study by César de la Fuente of the Perelman School of Medicine and colleagues used AI to recreate molecules from ancient humans that could be potential candidates for antimicrobial treatments.