In his blog, Bill Gates said that The Age of AI Has Began after seeing the impressive advancements in OpenAI's ChatGPT.
The world's first robot lawyer has been sued by a law firm for practising without a license.
Analytics India Magazine, who has been experimenting with ChatGPT, asked it whether it can crack the UPSC Exam, and it failed.
When Sir Thomas More wrote his socio-political satire about a fictional island society in the New World, he gave it the fabricated name, Utopia, derived from simple Greek and meaning, "no-place." Although More was humorously telling his audience that his idealized community existed nowhere, centuries of central planners chasing the fantasy of utopian societies have failed to get the joke. Worse, for every peaceful religious community seeking separation from modern civilization, there is a power-hungry tyrant seeking to impose his will upon everyone else.
The Fiat Metaverse Store, unveiled in January at CES, was developed in collaboration with Microsoft and software firm Touchcast, which uses AI and ChatGPT to sell cars in the metaverse.
Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter may have capped the opening chapter in the Information Wars, where free speech won a small but crucial battle. Full spectrum combat across the digital landscape, however, will only intensify, as a new report from the Brookings Institution, a key player in the censorship industrial complex, demonstrates.
According to Statista's Digital Market Insights, estimated global search advertising revenue was estimated to be $260 billion last year and could reach $400 billion by 2026.

Will AI Kill The Internet

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella characterizes the arrival of AI as a new paradigm, a technical turn that has the same significance as the invention of graphical user interfaces or the smartphone, but whether it will kill the internet in the future is a question we can't answer.
According to a report, US firms are investing billions of dollars into China’s AI sector, and there are dangers associated with these investments because they sometimes come with other intangible benefits that involve transferring American skills to Chinese-based businesses.
As the use of AI and machine learning continues to grow in various industries, experts predict that the technology could potentially replace jobs traditionally held by humans, such as couriers, investment analysts, and customer service representatives. It has gotten to the point that even reality TV hosts are being replaced by robots.