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AI EXTENDS ROCK AND PORN STAR CAREERS

AI EXTENDS ROCK AND PORN STAR CAREERS

Plus can AI accurately predict your future?



Chatbots That Turn Real-Life Porn Stars Into “Eternal” Digital Models

Chatbots and AI-generated influencers are quickly becoming the latest trend in the entertainment industry, with porn stars heading the innovative transformation. Adult content creator Sophie Dee has allowed an AI start-up to create SophieAI, a chatbot designed to mimic her image and speech. Requiring no downtime and generating false selfies to appeal to fans’ desires, SophieAI provides a digital representation of Dee to users whenever they wish. While working with AI models allows for a more lucrative and less demanding source of revenue, experts warn that people may be conditioned to expect instant gratification and might struggle with forming authentic relationships when they encounter real-life interactions.

AI Predicts Life Events and the Future Using Danish Research

Danish researchers have conducted a groundbreaking study using AI technology to predict important life events. The study utilized a schematic model that represented data at the individual level, including health and socioeconomic information. By organizing the data chronologically, researchers were able to create a life sequence and use AI to make predictions about an individual’s life. The model, called Life2vec, utilizes transformer models like ChatGPT to evaluate language and organize information systematically. The findings demonstrated the accuracy of AI predictions for an individual’s personality and even estimated time of death. 

Holodeck AI: Creating a Virtual World from a Simple Prompt

A new AI tool called Holodeck allows users to generate virtual worlds from text prompts. Inspired by the recreational and training facility on the Enterprise in Star Trek, Holodeck can generate various environments, such as arcades and spas, in different styles. It uses multiple AI models and a library of open-source 3D assets to build the virtual environments. Holodeck also has potential applications in helping other AI tools navigate unexplored environments. By utilizing OpenAI’s GPT-4, Holodeck can accurately position objects within the virtual scenes. Researchers envision Holodeck as a step toward a metaverse where virtual agents can act on behalf of humans in a direct copy of the real world.

Extensive AI-Driven Pro-Chinese Influence Network Discovered on YouTube

An investigation by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute has unveiled an extensive network of YouTube channels that promote pro-Chinese and anti-US sentiments in the English-speaking world. Dubbed as “Shadow Play,” this operation involves at least 30 YouTube channels with roughly 730,000 subscribers and 4,500 videos garnering 120 million views. The network exploits generative AI systems to rapidly produce and publish content, utilizing YouTube’s algorithmic recommendation system. Concerns arise from the possibility of state messaging crossing borders with plausible deniability. 

Cheers to AI: Japanese Brewery Uses Generative AI to Craft New Drinks

Kirin Holdings, a Japanese brewery known for its fine beers, is turning to AI to speed up its product development process. The company has enlisted the help of a generative AI system to create new ideas for its ready-to-drink products. Kirin aims to leverage AI’s ability to analyze customer surveys conducted during interviews to gain valuable insights and devise innovative flavors and product concepts. This move is expected to shorten the product development cycle and bring new and exciting offerings. While AI may not be used in beer brewing just yet, it seems that the industry could use a little more intelligence in its craft.

OpenAI Releases “Preparedness Framework”

OpenAI has released new guidelines for assessing the “catastrophic risks” posed by AI models currently being developed. The move comes after CEO Sam Altman was fired by the company’s board and then rehired due to backlash from staff and investors. The guidelines, known as the “Preparedness Framework,” aim to address the shortcomings in the scientific study of AI risks. A monitoring and evaluation team will assess the risk level of each new model in four main categories: cybersecurity, potential for harmful creations, persuasive power, and potential autonomy. Only models with a risk score of “medium” or below will be allowed to be deployed. The Safety Advisory Group and OpenAI’s CEO will be involved in decision-making to reduce associated risks.

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AI-tack of the Politicians: NYC Democrat Relies on Artificial Intelligence for Voter Questions

In a shocking revelation, a New York City Democrat was caught red-handed using AI technology to respond to voters’ questions. The incident, described as “not normal” by experts, has caused a stir in political circles. The politician utilized artificial intelligence algorithms to generate seemingly personalized and thoughtful responses during campaign events. This manipulation of AI technology raises concerns about the authenticity and transparency of political communication. Critics argue that reliance on AI in such a manner erodes trust in politicians and undermines the democratic process. As technology advances, it is crucial to uphold ethical standards and ensure that humans, not machines, maintain control over political discourse.

AI Can Eavesdrop on Your Passwords: Should You Worry?

A new strain of AI can accurately recognize passwords by listening to the sounds of keyboard keys being pressed. Even during video meetings, such as Zoom or Skype, this algorithm can determine passwords with a 93% accuracy rate. The researchers behind this technology, from Durham University, the University of Surrey, and Royal Holloway University of London, argue that traditional password-based security measures are no longer sufficient. By using Deep Learning, the AI learns the sound of each key on a keyboard, comparing real-time waveforms to determine passwords. While the average person need not be concerned about this proof-of-concept, it could be of interest to those involved in cyber espionage or targeted hacking.

AI Takes Over While Employees Tremble: New Survey Sheds Light on Business Leaders’ Love Affair with AI

A recent survey reveals that despite concerns about job security and a potential loss of skills, business leaders are increasingly embracing AI technology. Approximately 40% of AI-using business leaders have already replaced workers with AI this year, and 44% anticipate job cuts in the coming year due to AI’s efficiency. Meanwhile, consumers exhibit hesitancy towards AI involvement in the workplace, with only 37% showing interest. However, firms still require human management and oversight, creating a demand for workers with new skill sets. Amazon Web Services has launched the “AI Ready” initiative to bridge the skills gap, offering free AI courses for individuals of all proficiency levels.

Visa and Mastercard Bet Big on Gen AI

Visa and Mastercard have recently invested millions of dollars in gen AI technology providers. Gen AI, or generative AI, is a transformative technology that utilizes advanced machine learning and large language models to produce original content or programming. Both card networks expect gen AI to drive large-scale global changes in the payments industry, from improving customer service interactions to enhancing fraud detection and personalized product recommendations. Infosys projects that gen AI investment in the US and Canada will reach $6 billion in 2024. Visa and Mastercard are actively developing gen AI tools and solutions to meet the demands of the rapidly evolving payments sector.

Misleading AI Summaries Strike Fear in Amazon Sellers as Holiday Season Approaches

Amazon sellers are expressing concern over the AI summaries of product reviews on the platform, which have been generating inaccurate and exaggerated descriptions. Introduced to alleviate the burden of scrolling through countless customer feedback, these summaries have potential implications for both customers and sellers. While some inaccuracies may be obvious to shoppers, such as classifying an inversion table as a desk, the tendency to amplify negative sentiment in reviews is less apparent. This issue becomes especially worrisome for sellers during the holiday shopping season, as they heavily rely on positive reviews for boosting sales. However, Amazon claims that the AI summaries have improved customer experiences and are willing to refine the technology based on feedback.

ChatGPT Fails Spectacularly at Answering SEC-Related Questions

ChatGPT and other large language models struggle to accurately answer questions based on Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, according to researchers at Patronus AI. Even the best-performing AI model they tested, OpenAI’s GPT-4-Turbo, only answered 79% of the questions on Patronus AI’s test correctly, even when given access to the full document. The AI models also occasionally gave incorrect figures not present in the filings. Accessing numbers in SEC filings could be beneficial for banks and finance companies, but big language models have struggled with the inconsistencies of extracting such numbers. Patronus AI believes this highlights the need for rigorous testing when using these models in regulated industries.

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