When AI will start to have emotions.
I think AI is moving in an unprecedented level, adobe firefly is an example, a plain text to image model currently competing with Canva, balt competing with gpt or even netflix using AI to skip pre-movie credits. It looks like we can't catch up again, so I would recommend an immediate regulations to at least reduce the pace. well, 'before the machines take over' lol. Great content btw
enjoying the audio experience ⚡️; curious about how this would play out, considering how AI is catching up with its ability to consume vast data; even if no one is exactly admitting the idea of making their AI capabilities conscious, feels like the probable end game in a way.
"never say never"
this is so ominous, and i was typing this when i heard you say "okay? this is not ominous at all." 😂personally, i feel like art imitates life and vice versa and i have seen way to many sci-fi films and series where AI becomes sentient, that i wouldn't be surprised if it were to occur. at the end of the day, i believe capitalism might ultimately be our undoing, because there's an AI race happening right now (canva, adobe, microsoft, google, notion have all brought out tools within the span of weeks), and i'm not very confident that due diligence is being prioritized above the desire to compete with rival companies. i can only hope for the best.
Honestly, I feel we can't really conclude about this AI emotion thing. There was once a time AI was only in the movies, now about everyone has access to it. As time goes on knowing our human nature to try to create anything we think, we probably might AI with emotions.
Hold on, if AI has emotions then it can get angry? Oh dear