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Opinion: Heres How AI Will Change Entertainment, Education, Elections And More

Opinion: Heres How AI Will Change Entertainment, Education, Elections And More

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Block is studying political science at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He hails from Encinitas.

Artificial intelligence or artificial intelligence is really cool and very scary. It's not as scary as The Terminator because the AI ​​reproduces more of what we normally define as "human". A few years ago, instant text and image generation seemed impossible. Today, messages involving ChatGPT and Dall•E 2 flooded social networks. As someone who grew up in the digital age, I have to imagine what it was like in the early days of Google and similar search engines. However, I think the impact of advanced AI and machine learning means more to our society. Look at the impact in three areas that are important to me: entertainment, education, and elections.

“The use of AI in the entertainment industry can lead to both positive and negative changes. On the positive side, AI can be used to help writers suffering from AI blockade by providing inspiration and ideas for new characters. It is possible that AI can at least be used to easily create large amounts of low-quality content. AI algorithms can be trained to create content aimed at getting as much attention as possible, regardless of whether it is high-quality or not. Using AI to create content based on works of artists and directors, ethical and copyright issues may arise without their consent.

But would anyone want to read AI-generated content?

I hate to say it, but the above quote was written by ChatGPT. All I asked him to do was create an entertaining section of the article, providing a title and a few key points. This does not mean that people will lose their place in creating entertainment. Tracks with a lot of emotion and context analysis are safe for a while. But content like sports news, traffic alerts, and weather can be handled with a great language model like ChatGPT, especially in text media.

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When search engines make it easy to fool students, ChatGPT gives them ready-made answers on a plate. He gave detailed, well-written answers to every question I could ask him (including some of the old evidence he got). But accuracy is currently ChatGPT's biggest limitation for students. This usually manifests itself as incomplete, outdated, and sometimes simply incorrect information. Since there is no simple test to determine if text is AI generated to scale, proofreaders must rely on it. Yes, the tools are there, but they can be fooled (especially when mixing human and machine content) and are ineffective for hundreds of missions.

In fact, I'm sure teachers all over the world are unwittingly looking for answers to machine-generated questions.

While this may seem like a barrier to education, remember that AI can also be a great learning tool. A knowledgeable chatbot can act as a personal expert that any student can consult. Try it yourself: ask question after question in a niche thread on ChatGPT. While not perfect, it has the potential to revolutionize the way we learn.

The selection is already pretty sparse, so it's a little hard to predict the impact of the AI ​​here. However, it is easy to imagine how well-funded national campaigns can benefit from AI. With a candidate-inspired chatbot that can provide instant, organized, and dynamic responses to voter questions, voter engagement could be revolutionized. Humans will likely continue to play a role in telephone and face-to-face interactions, but AI can do this faster and perhaps more convincingly than humans. Voters may be more attracted to candidates if they feel like they are talking to them personally, even if they know they are talking to a bot.

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On the other hand, false negative correlations are likely to increase rapidly. Social media already has a problem with bots, and it's only going to get worse as bots behave better like humans. It is possible to trick thousands of accounts into sharing the same opinion (positive or negative) about a candidate, but what happens when they are no different from real people? In addition, the number and quality of malicious bots distributing fake videos will only increase. This can improve methods for detecting deepfakes, but the damage can already be done when they are triggered.

The world of artificial intelligence is both exciting and terrifying. The new tools will open countless doors to heights we never thought possible, but they can also close doors we thought were safe. My previous predictions are just predictions, but I can say this with 100% certainty: AI technologies will develop rapidly in the coming years, and society will have to adapt. I hope that in the process we open more doors than we close.

This story originally appeared in the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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