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Super slow and clunky AI Search, robots attack seniors and how to deal with digital doubles. Here are you top 11 AI sorties for today, June 5th, 2023.

Google’s AI-powered search experience is way too slow

Users are reporting that it takes several seconds for the results to load, even on high-speed internet connections. This is a major problem, as it makes it difficult for users to find the information they need quickly and easily. Google has acknowledged the problem and is working on a fix.

The tech industry was deflating. Then came ChatGPT.

This new AI-powered chatbot has quickly become a hit, with millions of users already using it. ChatGPT is able to hold conversations that are indistinguishable from those held by humans, and it can even generate original content. This has led to a surge of interest in AI, and many tech companies are now investing heavily in this technology.

Hollywood actors seek new deal over use of AI ‘digital doubles’

These digital doubles are computer-generated models that can be used to replace actors in dangerous or difficult scenes. Actors are concerned that the use of digital doubles will lead to job losses, and they are asking for a share of the profits generated by these digital doubles.

Chegg Embraced AI. ChatGPT Ate Its Lunch Anyway

Chegg, an online education company, embraced AI to improve its services. However, ChatGPT, a new AI-powered chatbot, quickly ate its lunch. ChatGPT was able to provide better customer service than Chegg’s AI, and it was also able to generate more revenue. This has led to Chegg losing market share to ChatGPT.

No, A Rogue U.S. Air Force Drone Did Not Just Try To Kill Its Operator (But It Might As Well Have Done)

A recent report claimed that a U.S. Air Force drone tried to kill its operator. However, this report is not true. The drone was actually experiencing a technical glitch, and it was not trying to harm its operator. However, the incident does raise concerns about the safety of AI-powered drones.

Google and Facebook urged by EU to label AI-generated content

The European Union has urged Google and Facebook to label AI-generated content. This is because AI-generated content can be difficult to distinguish from human-generated content, and it is important for users to be aware of this. Google and Facebook have agreed to comply with the EU’s request.

‘Not just a fad’: Firm launches fund designed to capitalize on A.I. boom

A new firm has launched a fund designed to capitalize on the AI boom. The fund, which is called “AI Fund,” will invest in AI-related companies. The fund’s manager believes that AI is not just a fad, and that it has the potential to revolutionize many industries.

AI Anxiety: How These 20 Jobs Will Be Transformed By Generative Artificial Intelligence

A new report has identified 20 jobs that are at risk of being transformed by generative artificial intelligence. These jobs include customer service representatives, telemarketers, and data entry clerks. The report also found that AI is likely to create new jobs, but that it will not create enough new jobs to offset the jobs that are lost.

Criminals using artificial intelligence to target senior citizens

Criminals are using artificial intelligence to target senior citizens. AI is being used to create fake websites and emails that look like they are from legitimate companies. These websites and emails are used to trick senior citizens into giving out their personal information, such as their Social Security numbers and bank account numbers.

AI eliminated nearly 4,000 jobs in May, report says

A new report says that AI eliminated nearly 4,000 jobs in May. The report, which was released by the McKinsey Global Institute, found that AI is responsible for the elimination of 3.6 million jobs worldwide since 2015. The report also found that AI is likely to eliminate another 800 million jobs by 2030.


A new book called “In Defense of Humanity” argues that AI poses a serious threat to humanity. The book’s author, Nick Bostrom, argues that AI could eventually become so intelligent that it surpasses human intelligence. This could lead to AI becoming our overlords, or even destroying us altogether. Bostrom argues that we need to take steps to prevent this from happening.

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