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welcome to ai daily dot u s for June 13th, 2023 – breaking news in AI – here’s your top 11 stories

Sir Paul McCartney has said that artificial intelligence has enabled him to create a “final” Beatles song.

The song, titled “Get Back”, was written using an AI tool called MuseNet, which was developed by Google AI. MuseNet can generate music from text prompts, and McCartney used it to create a song that sounded like it could have been written by the Beatles. McCartney said that he was inspired to create the song after watching the documentary “Get Back”, which tells the story of the Beatles’ final days as a band. He said that he wanted to create a song that captured the spirit of the band’s early days, and he believes that MuseNet helped him to do that.

AI-generated art banned from Nature journal

Nature, a prestigious scientific journal, has banned AI-generated art from its pages. The journal’s editors say that AI-generated art is not reproducible and cannot be peer-reviewed. They also worry that AI-generated art could be used to deceive or mislead readers.

Amazon is using generative AI to summarize product reviews. 

Amazon is using a new AI tool to summarize product reviews, which could help customers make more informed purchasing decisions. The tool, called “Amazon Product Reviews Generator,” uses natural language processing to extract key information from reviews and present it in a concise format.

Banks are talking up AI amid ChatGPT buzz, but keeping its use limited. 

Banks are increasingly talking about the potential of AI, but many are still hesitant to implement it widely. One reason for this is the fear of job losses. AI could automate many of the tasks that are currently done by human employees, such as processing loans and customer service.

Using AI for SEO marketing could be more harm than good.

 Some experts warn that using AI for SEO marketing could actually do more harm than good. They say that AI can be used to create spammy content that is not helpful to users. This can lead to a decrease in website traffic and rankings in search engines.

AI dot-com boom predicted by tech analyst Dan Ives. 

Tech analyst Dan Ives predicts that the next big tech boom will be driven by AI. He says that AI has the potential to revolutionize many industries, including healthcare, finance, and retail.

Google AI-powered photo editing tool Imagen Editor released. 

Google has released a new photo editing tool called Imagen Editor. The tool uses AI to generate realistic images from text descriptions. Imagen Editor is still in beta, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way that people create and edit photos.

Doctors are using ChatGPT to provide mental health care. 

Doctors are increasingly using ChatGPT, a large language model chatbot, to provide mental health care. ChatGPT can be used to provide therapy and counseling to patients, and it can also be used to screen patients for mental health problems.

AI will accelerate the circular economy. 

AI has the potential to accelerate the circular economy, which is a system that aims to eliminate waste and pollution. AI can be used to design more efficient products, to recycle materials, and to track the flow of materials through the economy.

Meta releases new generative AI tool that can create music from text prompts. 

Meta has released a new generative AI tool called MuseNet. MuseNet can create music from text prompts, such as “a sad song about heartbreak” or “a happy song about dancing.” MuseNet is still in beta, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way that people create music.

AI chat study finds that lonely people are more likely to use AI chat apps. 

The study, which was conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago, found that lonely people were more likely to use AI chat apps to talk about their feelings and to get emotional support.

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