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The Real Taylor Swift Would Never

The Atlantic - Technology

AI Taylor Swift is mad. She is calling up Kim Kardashian to complain about her "lame excuse of a husband," Kanye West. She is threatening to skip Europe on her Eras Tour if her fans don't stop asking her about international dates. She is insulting people who can't afford tickets to her concerts and using an unusual amount of profanity. But she can also be very sweet. She gives a vanilla pep talk: "If you are having a bad day, just know that you are loved.

AI is 'intimidating,' 'dangerous': Members of Congress reveal how much they know about artificial intelligence

FOX News

Calls to regulate artificial intelligence are growing on Capitol Hill following a dire warning from tech giants. But many lawmakers also admit they don't know much more about the technology than the average American. WASHINGTON, D.C. – Calls to regulate artificial intelligence are growing on Capitol Hill following a dire warning from tech giants. But many lawmakers also admit they don't know much more about the technology than the average American. "I've had ChatGPT demonstrated to me by a friend, and its capabilities are kind of intimidating," Sen. Cynthia Lummis told Fox News.

The Pope's Coat Is Here to Ruin Your Faith


The Monitor is a weekly column devoted to everything happening in the WIRED world of culture, from movies to memes, TV to Twitter. Future generations will acknowledge the vibe shift. It happened last weekend, when all of a sudden social media feeds filled with images of Pope Francis, typically a pious and plain dude, looking like a boss in a sleek white puffer coat. It was instantly a meme, a LOL in a sea of bad news. It was also not real.

Should I use AI to Create Content? by Your Message Matters with Lisa Manyon


In this episode of Your Message Matters, Lisa Manyon answers the question, "Should I use AI to Create Content?" AI is getting quite the buzz, and a member of the Write On Creative Community asked Lisa to share her thoughts. As promised, the blog post, found on the Ask Lisa section of the Write On Creative blog, can be found here, 'Should I use AI to Create Content?', and your comments are welcome. Let's keep the conversation going. And, when YOU have questions, you're invited to Ask Lisa and submit your questions on the Write On Creative website.. Lisa Manyon is the Business Marketing Architect and President of Write On Creative®. She pioneered the values-based “Challenge. Solution. Invitation.™” communication framework to create marketing messages with integrity, focusing on PASSION points. Her strategies create million-dollar results, and she is dedicated to reverse engineering your most powerful solutions into profitable revenue streams. Her marketing philosophies are featured in Inc. Magazine and multiple #1 Bestselling books, including Wonder Women: How Western Women Will Save the World. Recipient of the People’s Choice Award at the California Women’s Conference, Lisa has created training for Small Business Development Centers and is available for speaking and training engagements. She offers custom coaching, consulting, and copywriting training. She’s also the #1 international bestselling author of Spiritual Sugar: The Divine Ingredients to Heal Yourself With Love and an award-winning speaker available to teach, train, and transform your audience with interactive Business Breakthrough Boutiques. Visit to access business-building resources.

CONGRESS WEIGHS IN: Should tech companies pause 'giant AI experiments' as Elon Musk and others suggest?

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Congressional lawmakers weighed in on whether companies should pause advanced artificial intelligence training in the wake of an open letter signed by Elon Musk and other tech leaders. WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressional lawmakers weighed in Thursday on whether companies should pause advanced artificial intelligence training in the wake of an open letter signed by Elon Musk and other tech leaders. "I think Elon Musk is rightfully being cautious," Rep. Brian Mast, a Florida Republican, told Fox News. "I appreciate that he's looking to put the brakes on, and I agree with it." Elon Musk and other tech industry leaders signed an open letter calling for a six-month pause on training new, advanced artificial intelligence systems.

'The View' host warns 'everyone should be scared' of Artificial Intelligence

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"The View" co-host Sara Haines warned Thursday that "everyone should be scared" about artificial intelligence if the experts are calling on AI labs to pause development. "The View" co-host Sara Haines warned that "everyone should be scared" of artificial intelligence if major technical brains are calling for a pause on big AI experiments. Haines said towards the end of their discussion Thursday that "everyone should be scared" and "everyone should be nervous" if the AI experts are pushing for a pause. "When the technical brain, the engineers behind the technology say we need to put a hold on this, something's going on, everyone should be scared," Haines said. Goldberg seemed to agree while co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Joy Behar said they didn't "trust" the tech experts.

JD Vance bill would make English the official language of the United States

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Sen. J.D. Vance, R-Ohio, sounds off on the lack of oversight of the roughly $130 billion sent to Ukraine on'Tucker Carlson Tonight.' Sen. JD Vance, R-Ohio, is introducing a bill on Thursday that if passed would establish English as the official language of the United States. "The English language has been a cornerstone of American culture for over 250 years," Vance said. "It is far past time for Congress to codify its place into law, which is exactly what this bill does." While English is the most commonly spoken language in the United States, the country is one of a handful that do not have a national language.

Unbridled AI tech risks spread of disinformation, requiring policy makers step in with rules: experts

FOX News

Fox News contributor Douglas Murray joined'Fox & Friends' to discuss why Musk and other experts are calling for a halt to artificial intelligence systems for six months. Scores of technology experts and college professors across different academic backgrounds signed onto an open letter calling for a six-month pause on developing rapidly-evolving AI technology, which they say threatens humanity and society. At the heart of the argument for the pause is to give policymakers space to develop safeguards that would allow for researchers to keep developing the technology, but not at the reported threat of upending the lives of people across the world with disinformation. "The federal government needs to play a central role using legislation and regulations to require the companies to impose much stricter safety measures and guardrails. However, legislation and regulations take time, moving at bureaucratic speed, while generative AI is evolving at exponential speed," Geoffrey Odlum, a retired 28-year diplomat who currently serves as president of Odlum Global Strategies, which advises the government and corporations on national security and tech policy issues, told Fox News Digital.

Democrats and Republicans coalesce around calls to regulate AI development: 'Congress has to engage'

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Fox News correspondent Matt Finn has the latest on the impact of AI technology that some say could outpace humans on'Special Report.' Lawmakers in the highly-polarized 118th Congress appear to be finding some common ground with regard to artificial intelligence (AI). Several have indicated they would like to see some kind of regulation to rein in the fast-moving sector on the heels of a stunning warning from tech industry leaders. "I think what you have to do is, to identify what is not allowed in terms of ethics and illegal activities, whether it is AI or not – you impose on AI activities the same level of ethics and privacy that you do for other competencies today," Sen. Mike Rounds, a leader of the Senate AI Caucus, told Fox News Digital. Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee Chair Gary Peters, D-Mich., pointed out to Fox News Digital that his committee had recently held a hearing on the "pros and cons" of AI technology.

Debt Rattle March 30 2023 - The Automatic Earth


Carried out the 2014 coup d'état in Ukraine The US is a state sponsor of terrorism To be discussed tonight This is one of the most disturbing videos I have ever seen. It confirms that the TGA knew back in Jan 2021 that the lipid nanoparticles (and the mRNA) didn't stay in the inject site, but spread throughout the entire body including the brain, the liver and female ovaries. Today, Democrats defeated my amendment to require Senate ratification for any pandemic agreement with the World Health Organization. Now we know Democrats are willing to relinquish U.S. sovereignty to a global entity. Jim lays it out very well. Renowned author and journalist James Howard Kunstler (JHK) has been complaining and pointing out that the American public is told one lie after another by the Lying Legacy Media (LLM), the government and the medical community. This kind of lying, according to JHK, is pure treason by all parties, from the 600 million CV19 bioweapon/vax injections, to the crumbling banking system, to the war in Ukraine. Let's start with the genocide of the CV19vax.