How we think AI and social innovation mix to create new opportunities for charities
Problems come in all shapes and sizes. It's important to figure out what’s really going on and choose the appropriate response. Often, we tackle problems by breaking them down, but...
There is an upside to uncertainty. It can present nonprofits with new pathways to reimagine, accelerate and amplify desired change. We can uncover hidden opportunities...
Earlier this year we built our AI website using GPT4. It turned my thinking about technology on its head. In three days we had the website ready. But it took three weeks...
In this article, we explore 6 creative, playful tools for responsible AI Innovation.
Speculative Design is the discipline that imagines futures that don’t exist. Combined with generative AI it helps us break free from the constraints of the present.
Everywhere you look you’ll find text prompts to talk to machines. But, in many circumstances, it isn’t a good interaction pattern.
Creating experiences on top of large language models can expose people to harm. As social innovators we should tread carefully.
Is our brain's natural inclination to scan for threats and resist change holding us back from exploring the new possibilities AI presents? We believe so.
Not-for-profit’s, charities and purpose-led organisations should start considering how they can take advantage of AI and large language models. Here are four inspiring examples to get you started thinking about this.
Our last article shared the 10 reasons why purpose-led organisations shouldn’t engage with LLMs. Deliberately provocative? Possibly...
The last few months have seen incredible acceleration in the development and adoption of Large Language models (LLMs).
We took GPT4 for a test to see if we could use it to build out a new website for all things related to innovation and AI here at Torchbox.
GPT4 was released two weeks ago. I've been using it since it was released. It's slow, it still hallucinates and frequently forgets the thread of the conversation that it's supposed to remember. But it would be a mistake to bet against it.