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- 🐇 AI Reshapes Security & Ethics in the Digital Age
🐇 AI Reshapes Security & Ethics in the Digital Age
NYPD's AI Patrols Subways; Microsoft AI Sparks Ethics Debate
🗞️ Hottest News
1. 🤖 NYPD's AI "Robocop" Reinforces Subway Safety
The New York Police Department brings AI onto the beat with K5, an AI-driven robot aimed at enhancing subway security during staffing shortages. Armed with advanced surveillance tech, K5 patrols the transit system at an affordable $9/hour, becoming a testament to AI's potential in public safety and stirring debates over privacy and bias.
2. 🛑 Microsoft AI's Inappropriate Imagery Stirs Controversy
Graphic glitches: Microsoft's AI Image Creator sparks alarm by generating violent imagery despite safety claims, echoing social media moderation woes and underscoring an urgent need for ethical AI development with robust safety protocols.
3. 🔓️ Researchers "Jailbreak" AI Chatbots, Expose Risks
AI's defenses are breached as NTU Singapore researchers "jailbreak" chatbots like ChatGPT, highlighting stark security vulnerabilities and prompting a cybersecurity arms race that demands heightened vigilance and proactive defense strategies.
4. ⚖️ NYT's Legal Battle with OpenAI and Microsoft Escalates
The New York Times takes a stand against OpenAI and Microsoft, initiating a landmark lawsuit over AI's use of copyrighted content. This pivotal moment could reshape the landscape of AI, copyright law, and content creation, flagging crucial strategic considerations for industry players.
5. 🚀 AI's Workforce Revolution Sparks Dialogue
The AI invasion is here, stirring up the job market and imposing novel skill requirements. As AI begins to factor into hiring decisions and threaten traditional roles, it's clear a new era of human-AI collaboration and workforce education is dawning.
🐦 Hottest AI Twitter Posts
NYT vs. OpenAI Lawsuit: A Landmark Case in Generative AI Copyright Infringement
🧵 The historic NYT v. @OpenAI lawsuit filed this morning, as broken down by me, an IP and AI lawyer, general counsel, and longtime tech person and enthusiast.
Tl;dr - It's the best case yet alleging that generative AI is copyright infringement. Thread. 👇
— Cecilia Ziniti (@CeciliaZin)
Dec 27, 2023
Kanye West's Apology: Authored by ChatGPT?
KANYE WEST’S APOLOGY IS FROM CHATGPT
— Sulaiman Ahmed (@ShaykhSulaiman)
Dec 27, 2023
🧰 AI How-To
How to Use ChatGPT to Write a Book
Generate a Title for Your Book
Start a new chat in ChatGPT.
Request a title for your book. For example, "Generate a title for a book on dog training."
Choose a suitable title from the suggestions or ask for more until you find one you like.
Structure Your Book
Create a structure for your book with chapters and topics.
Copy the chosen title and paste it into your document.
Request chapter titles from ChatGPT and note them down.
Write Chapter Content
Take the first chapter title.
In ChatGPT, ask it to "Write a full chapter on [chapter title]".
Review and edit the generated content for length and style.
If needed, ask ChatGPT to make it longer, more detailed, or in a specific tone.
Copy the content and paste it into your document under the respective chapter.
Repeat for Remaining Chapters
Continue this process for each chapter in your book.
ChatGPT will assist you in generating content for each chapter.
Edit and refine as necessary.
Enhance Content (Optional)
Use AI tools like Word AI to further refine and humanize the generated content if desired.
These tools can make the content less AI-generated and more unique.
Compile and Format
Combine all your chapters into a single document.
Format the book with headings, subheadings, and any additional elements.
Publish Your Book
Consider using ebook creation tools like Scribble to design a professional cover and format your book.
Publish your ebook on platforms like Amazon Kindle, eBay, or offer it to your audience or clients.
🐇 And that's a wrap on this edition of The Rabbit Hole
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