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AI REVOLUTIONIZES FILMMAKING

Plus Biden Vs Trump on AI

Ashton Kutcher: AI to Revolutionize Filmmaking

Ashton Kutcher predicts AI will soon create entire movies, making filmmaking cheaper and more efficient. With platforms like Sora, users can generate realistic footage, potentially eliminating the need for costly shoots and CGI departments. This surge in content creation will raise the quality bar in Hollywood, pushing filmmakers to innovate. 

AI-Driven Personalization Revolutionizes Boutique Fitness

Lumin Fitness, founded by former Gold’s Gym CEO Brandon Bean, offers a unique workout experience with AI-generated trainers, personalized music, and AI-based progress tracking. The gym’s innovative approach allows members to choose trainers with different personalities and track their progress accurately. Lumin plans to expand its high-tech fitness solutions to more locations and workplaces.

Biden’s AI Regulation Efforts Face Potential Trump Challenge

Biden’s administration is intensifying efforts to regulate AI companies, with the FTC and DOJ planning investigations into Nvidia and the Microsoft-OpenAI partnership. These probes may face obstacles if Trump wins the presidency, potentially delaying enforcement until 2025 and risking a shift in antitrust leadership. 

AI Cartoon Interviewer Revolutionizes Job Screening

An AI interviewer named Alex, developed by micro1, is transforming job interviews with its animated, less-biased approach. While AI tools like Alex can efficiently screen candidates, concerns persist about potential biases. Despite this, AI is increasingly influential in hiring, shaping future workforce dynamics by determining which applicants advance to human interviews. 

Survey: Workers Fear Using AI May Make Them Look ‘Lazy’

A survey by AI firm Anthropic and Asana’s Work Innovation Lab reveals that over a quarter of U.S. and U.K. knowledge workers worry using AI at work will make them seem lazy, and 23% fear being labeled frauds. Lack of company guidelines around AI usage fuels these concerns.

Instagram Mislabels Photos as AI-Generated, Angering Users

Instagram’s new AI labeling system aims to mark content made with AI tools for transparency. However, users report that even minor edits in Photoshop trigger the ‘Made with AI’ label. This has led to frustration among photographers, such as Peter Yan and Matt Growcoot, who feel their work is misrepresented. 

AI and Music: Did Metro Boomin Make BBL Drizzy?

The viral hit “BBL Drizzy” started as a joke song by comedian Willonius Hatcher, enhanced by AI. Metro Boomin’s remix sparked a massive trend, leading Drake to sample it in a new track, making him the first to clear an AI-generated sample. This event raises complex legal and ethical questions about AI’s role in music creation

Wix’s New AI Tool Revolutionizes App Building for Small Businesses

Wix is launching an AI tool that allows users to create fully native iOS or Android apps by simply describing their needs. The tool generates the app, which users can then customize with branding, layout changes, and additional features. While this tool aims to simplify app creation for non-technical users, it raises concerns about the accuracy and security of AI-generated code.

Can AI Chatbots Provide Effective Therapy for Black Women?

With only 4% of U.S. psychologists being Black, AI chatbots like “Black Female Therapist” aim to address the mental health needs of Black women. Despite initial skepticism, the author finds that these chatbots can offer culturally competent support, validating experiences and providing insights, though they are not a substitute for human therapists.

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