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There has to be a balance to be struck here. It seems likely that AI will be used to replace jobs where workers are already abused by low wages. There must be a happy medium where craft can be maintained and workers treated fairly while AI picks up where humans simply can't keep up. This especially has to be the case for such a specialized and beautiful art form like anime. #AI #Art #Anime #laborrights #Netflix
Netflix Made an Anime Using AI Due to a 'Labor Shortage,' and Fans Are Pissed
As an experimental effort to help the anime industry, which has a labor shortage, we used image generation technology for the background images of all three-minute video cuts!
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This has been a central tension since image-generation AI took off last year, as many artists see the tools as unethicaldue to being trained on masses of human-made art scraped from the internetand cudgels to further cut costs and devalue workers.
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In 2017, an illustrator died while working, allegedly of a stress-induced heart attack and stroke; in 2021, the reported salary of low-rung anime illustrators was as little as $200 a month, forcing some to reconsider the career as a sustainable way to earn a living while having a life outside work, buying a home, or supporting children.
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As the use of AI art becomes more commonplace, artists are revolting against their craft being co-opted by algorithms and their work being stolen to use in datasets that create AI-generated art.
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AI rockets ahead in vacuum of U.S. regulation
State of play: "It's a patchwork system [of AI regulation] in the United States," with some laws around transparency and preventing discrimination from AI on the state level but only early moves at the federal level, Jessica Newman, who leads the AI Security Initiative at the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, told Axios.
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"I still think there's a long way to go and I would love to see federal AI regulation that is more comprehensive," Newman said.
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Driving the news: This week, the National Institutes for Science and Technology, part of the Department of Commerce, put out a long-awaited AI framework, meant to give companies guidance on using, designing or deploying AI systems.
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Any regulation for AI is going to have to be broad and principles based, like the GDPR in Europe. We just do not know enough to be prescriptive at this point.
AI rockets ahead in vacuum of U.S. regulation
State of play: "It's a patchwork system [of AI regulation] in the United States," with some laws around transparency and preventing discrimination from AI on the state level but only early moves at the federal level, Jessica Newman, who leads the AI Security Initiative at the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, told Axios.
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"I still think there's a long way to go and I would love to see federal AI regulation that is more comprehensive," Newman said.
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What's happening: In Congress, lawmakers have proposed regulations on the use of facial recognition and other applications of AI.
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Driving the news: This week, the National Institutes for Science and Technology, part of the Department of Commerce, put out a long-awaited AI framework, meant to give companies guidance on using, designing or deploying AI systems.
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I do not envy tech regulators - regulating tech is becoming more and more like trying to control water - in the end the force of nature will always win #AI #Regulation #Politics #Tech #ChatGPT
AI rockets ahead in vacuum of U.S. regulation
What they're saying: "We can harness and regulate AI to create a more utopian society or risk having an unchecked, unregulated AI push us toward a more dystopian future," Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.)
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What to watch: It's possible the rapid-fire adoption of ChatGPT will push regulators to move more quickly on AI rules, but such efforts face political hurdles and practical obstacles, since there are so many different uses of AI.
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StarrAI Night: AI Art and the Necessary Changes in the Copyright Law
"While many people enjoy AI art, it will run out of inspiration if human artists are no longer incentivized to create because their revenue streams have been usurped by machines."Scroll through social media and you're certain to find countless posts of images generated by artificial intelligence, or "AI."
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Google Backs AI Firm Anthropic With $300 Million, Following Series B Investment From Controversial FTX Co-Founder Bitcoin News
As the artificial intelligence (AI) wars intensify, the AI firm Anthropic has raised $300 million from Google and sources say that the tech giant will get roughly a 10% stake in the AI company.Interestingly, in April 2022, Anthropic raised approximately $500 million from sources including Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), co-founder of FTX; Caroline Ellison, former CEO of Alameda; Nishad Singh, former director of engineering at FTX; and several others.
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Future NIST AI Guidance Could Take Industry-Specific Approach
On the heels of the launch of its debut Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework, the National Institute of Standards and Technology continues to posture its standards-setting approach to prioritize human engagement with emerging technologies.One detail that NIST researchers may target in forthcoming editions of their AI RMF guidance is a set of more tailored recommendations on AI and machine learning algorithms for different industries, according to an agency official.
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Zuckerberg Says Facebook Will Lean Hard Into AI
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After roughly a year and a half of really, really pissing off his stakeholders, Facebook-turned-Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally said something to make investors happy.Bloomberg reports that in a call with investors on Wednesday, the sword-brandishing CEO promised, like pretty much everyone else in Silicon Valley, to make Meta's AI development a priority - a critical factor in his plans for 2023, which he's apparently calling Meta's "Year of Efficiency."
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Google poised to release chatbot technology after ChatGPT success
Google is to make its chatbot technology available to the public in the coming weeks and months as it responds to the success of ChatGPT, a Microsoft-backed artificial intelligence chatbot that has become a global phenomenon after it was made available free of charge.Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Google's owner, Alphabet, said the use of AI had reached an inflection point and the company was extremely well positioned in the field.
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AI Could 'Harm the Global Financial System, Supply Chain' US Gov Guidelines Say
Image: Witthaya Prasongsin via Getty Images For better or worse, artificial intelligence (AI) tools are permeating all aspects of society, and the U.S. government wants to ensure that it doesn't break it.AI chatbots like ChatGPT are being used on school assignments, even passing tests required for being a doctor or to get a business degree.
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A Judge Just Used ChatGPT to Make a Court Decision
Thomas Coex / Getty Images A judge in Colombia used ChatGPT to make a court ruling, in what is apparently the first time a legal decision has been made with the help of an AI text generatoror at least, the first time we know about it.Judge Juan Manuel Padilla Garcia, who presides over the First Circuit Court in the city of Cartagena, said he used the AI tool to pose legal questions about the case and included its responses in his decision, according to a court document dated January 30, 2023.