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A seagull attacking a man with spaghetti, a skateboarding dinosaur, and a cup of coffee that contains the universe. These are just some of the odd prompts that people have given to new AI systems, for an often unusual, yet incredibly detailed image in return. Whilst majority of the AI art you are likely seeing on social media comes from Open-A-I's, DALL E mini, other notable artists are Open-A-I's DALL-E 2, and Google Research's Imagen Google research shows the technology appears to involve "several social biases and stereotypes". But experts fear these systems are also capable of producing disinformation based off the gender and cultural biases from the data they feed off. An OpenAI online document titled'Risks and Limitations', which shows these biases with an example of how a text description of a CEO, for instance, only shows images of predominantly white men. Technology has "an overall bias towards generating images of people with lighter skin tones and a tendency for images portraying different professions to align with Western gender stereotypes."
Words can have a powerful effect on people, even when they're generated by an unthinking machine. When you read a sentence like this one, your past experience leads you to believe that it's written by a thinking, feeling human. And, in this instance, there is indeed a human typing these words: [Hi, there!] But these days, some sentences that appear remarkably humanlike are actually generated by AI systems that have been trained on massive amounts of human text. People are so accustomed to presuming that fluent language comes from a thinking, feeling human that evidence to the contrary can be difficult to comprehend.
Former aides of ex-President Donald Trump have released a new dating app for conservatives. The dating app, named The Right Stuff, is founded by former White House staffers, including John McEntee, Trump's former personal aide and ex-director of the White House presidential personnel office; and Daniel Huff, a Trump appointee in the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The dating app is designed to help conservatives "connect in authentic and meaningful ways." The Right Stuff is also created to "bring people together with shared values and similar passions," according to the website. The app is backed by Peter Thiel, a German-American tech billionaire who co-founded PayPal, Palantir Technologies, and Founders Fund.
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Lies are as old as language. We once thought the internet would make us smarter, by providing access to a world of information. But it has weaponized disinformation. We're having an epistemology crisis, many people falling into quicksands of falsehoods, or not knowing what to believe. But imagine having a device you can rely on to sort truth from lies.