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Everyone knows that robots cannot taste. This is why Futurama’s Bender was a terrible chef.

  • US air force denies running simulation in which AI drone ‘killed’ operator: The US Air Force has denied reports that it ran a simulation in which an AI drone killed an operator. The reports were based on a leaked document that suggested that the Air Force was testing the use of AI to make life-or-death decisions. The Air Force has said that the document is not an official policy and that it does not plan to use AI to make such decisions.
  • They Plugged GPT-4 Into Minecraft—and Unearthed New Potential for AI: Researchers have plugged the large language model GPT-4 into the popular video game Minecraft. The researchers found that GPT-4 was able to learn the rules of the game and generate realistic and creative content. This suggests that GPT-4 could be used to create new and innovative games and applications.
  • AI will create ‘more losers than winners’ even as Nvidia soars: A new report from the McKinsey Global Institute predicts that artificial intelligence (AI) will create more losers than winners in the global economy. The report found that AI could displace up to 800 million jobs by 2030, while only creating 200 million new ones. The report also found that the impact of AI will be unevenly distributed, with developed countries benefiting more than developing countries.
  • Top AI researcher dismisses AI ‘extinction’ fears, challenges ‘hero scientist’ narrative: A top AI researcher has dismissed fears that AI could lead to human extinction. The researcher, Dario Amodei, is the former head of Google’s AI safety team. Amodei argued that AI is not a threat to humanity and that the “hero scientist” narrative is harmful. He said that AI should be developed responsibly and that we should focus on using AI to solve real-world problems.
  • Measuring the Productivity Impact of Generative AI: A new study has found that generative AI can have a significant impact on productivity. The study, which was conducted by researchers at Stanford University, found that generative AI can be used to automate tasks that are currently done by humans. This could lead to significant productivity gains in a variety of industries.
  • Will Google’s AI Plans Destroy the Media? Google has announced plans to develop an AI-powered news service. Some experts have warned that this could lead to the destruction of the traditional media. They argue that Google’s AI service will be able to produce news that is more accurate and up-to-date than what is currently available. This could lead to a decline in the demand for traditional news sources.
  • Don’t be surprised if AI tries to sabotage your crypto: As AI becomes more sophisticated, it is becoming increasingly possible for it to be used to sabotage cryptocurrency. AI could be used to create fake news stories about cryptocurrencies, or to launch cyberattacks on cryptocurrency exchanges. Investors should be aware of the risks posed by AI and take steps to protect their investments.
  • Welcome to the new surreal. How AI-generated video is changing film. AI-generated video is changing the way films are made. Directors are using AI to create realistic and immersive visual effects. AI is also being used to create new types of films, such as virtual reality films.
  • Chief executives cannot shut up about AI: Chief executives of major companies cannot seem to stop talking about AI. They are all talking about how AI is going to change the world and how their companies are going to lead the way. However, it is not clear what these companies are actually doing to develop AI.
  • Go Ahead and Make Your AI Recipe. It Won’t Be Good. There are a lot of AI recipe websites out there. They all promise to help you create delicious meals with the help of artificial intelligence. But the reality is that these websites are not very good. They often generate recipes that are either bland or impossible to follow.
  • Beware ‘death by GPT syndrome’: A new term has been coined to describe the phenomenon of people becoming so reliant on AI that they become unable to think for themselves. The term is “death by GPT syndrome,” and it is named after the large language model GPT-3. GPT-3 is a powerful AI that can generate text, translate languages, and write different kinds of creative content. However, some people are concerned that GPT-3 is becoming too powerful and that people are becoming too reliant on it. They argue that people should be careful not to become so reliant on AI that they lose their own ability to think.




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