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Meta's AI chatbots designed to mimic famous people are getting a lot of attention, but it's not the good kind of attention. Is this a case of Mark Zuckerberg making a move that doesn't quite connect with what's going on, or is it giving us a sneak peek into a future that's still a bit mysterious? Let's explore this further...
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The Job Uncertainty Prompt:
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"Generate a list of potential career paths for a history student. This student is interested in the early modern period, has a good understanding of statistics and data analysis, and wants to explore options in education or consulting. They do not excel at writing, but they have excellent communication skills.”
The Buzz: Meta recently introduced AI chatbots that imitate celebrities such as Kendall Jenner and Snoop Dogg. However, the decision to give them different names like "Billie" and "Dungeon Master" has mostly caused confusion, doubt, and backlash.
Meta has also created AI versions of other celebrities, including Tom Brady, Mr. Beast, Charli D’Amelio, Paris Hilton, and Dwayne Wade.
Some fans are uncertain whether they are interacting with the actual celebrity or the AI, as there are limited disclaimers. This has raised questions about whether the celebrities gave their consent.
Meta reportedly paid celebrities like Kendall Jenner as much as $5 million for the rights to use their likeness and voice, but fans are puzzled by the name changes.
There could be legal and ethical concerns if the AI chatbots make statements that go against the celebrities' brand partnerships.
The bottom line is that Meta attempted to be innovative with this approach, but it backfired due to confusing name changes and a lack of transparency. Moreover, as the public's skepticism and dislike for AI continue to grow, stories like this only add to the problem.
According to reports, OpenAI's CEO Sam Altman has informed the company's staff that they have generated $1.3 billion in revenue, and they are projecting a 30% increase from the summer. Additionally, OpenAI has some significant announcements in store for its November 6 DevDay event. Rumors suggest that OpenAI is actively working on making it more cost-effective and quicker to develop applications using its platform.
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