AI Roundup (Audio)
AI Roundup (Audio)
Dude, Where’s Our Bus? - AI Roundup Ep. 24

On today’s AI Roundup, we journey through Microsoft’s surprising “culinary” recommendation for Canadian tourists and navigate the bumpy roads of Kentucky’s missing AI bus routes. As Google’s search faces backlash for forgetting Kenya, we’re left pondering the fallacies of AI-driven search engines. The debate over AI’s role in art ownership intensifies, while artists clash with Adobe over copyright concerns. Lastly, step into the transformative world of Zeroscope V3, as we explore the groundbreaking potential of text-to-video AI.

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0:00 Teaser

0:52 Intro/Community Events

Actual Impact:

1:45 Microsoft AI suggests food bank as a “cannot miss” tourist spot in Canada

3:04 Kentucky School Bus Debacle: AI Blame or Human Oversight?

4:37 AI will kill Google Search if we aren’t careful

Big Picture:

6:31 OpenAI Faces Challenges as ChatGPT Struggles with Finances and Reliability

8:35 AI-Created Art Isn’t Copyrightable, Judge Says in Ruling That Could Give Hollywood Studios Pause

10:42 Artists complain of AI ‘copyright infringement’ on Adobe Stock

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12:48 Text-to-Video Model