Five Things AI: Davos, Copyright, Free Speech, Elections, Math
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That probably means AI is onto something, right?
This is indeed a huge topic right now and the author of the article does a pretty good job explaining how copyright works and how AI will be a challenge for this.
The “old” problem of content moderation and the fear of overblocking just gets a lot more complicated when AI gets involved.
This is just a quick reminder that lots of elections in the Western world will be taking place in the next couple of years and many people will try to influence this by using AI. I don’t think OpenAI is doing enough.
Well, I was not going to enter the Math Olympics anytime soon, but this is still very impressive.
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