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The internet is always changing, but something about generative AI feels different. With the advent of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, the machines are evolving beyond remix and delivery machines to become the content creators themselves. In this week’s episode, Darrell Etherington talks with Techcrunch senior reporter Devin Coldewey about how the AI hype is overshadowing some of its shadier possible cultural side effects.
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Articles from the episode:
- The Great Pretender
- The takeaways from Stanford’s 386-page report on the state of AI
- A knife so sharp you don’t feel it cut
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The AI machines are coming for thought work, and other TC news by Maggie Stamets originally published on TechCrunch
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