Since first launching at the end of November 2022, ChatGPT has taken over our news and social media feeds. While AI has been around for awhile now, this is one of the first times that it has been used at such a critical mass by so many regular users simultaneously, and that’s a big deal.
So this week the Queens are looking at ChatGPT, as well as some of the other popular AI tools like Lensa AI that are currently being utilised online. What do they do, what are their implications and can the law keep up (it can’t).
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- The Technology Behind Chat GPT-3 [Clear Cogs]
- ChatGPT is being used by so many people its servers are struggling to keep up [SmartCompany]
- Australia will have to wait for ChatGPT Plus as OpenAI reveals US$20 subscription plan [SmartCompany]
- Google unveils Bard, a conveniently timed rival to ChatGPT [SmartCompany]
- OpenAI releases tool to detect machine-written text [Axios]
- “It’s just a vehicle for profit”: Australian artists paint a dark portrait of Lensa [SmartCompany]
- An A.I.-Generated Picture Won an Art Prize. Artists Aren’t Happy [New York Times]
- The Architects Designing Surreal Worlds with AI [Bloomberg]
- Thief Steals Genshin Impact Fan Art Using AI, Demands Credit From Creator [Kotaku]
- Here’s a clip of the apology from the streamer who was caught watching porn that had other streamers’ faces deepfaked on without their consent. Gross.