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Everyday Tech | The ACP & Is AI Going Too Far? - Taylor Swift, Dean Phillips and Palworld

Host(s): Abram Nanney, Shane Chism, and Sabir Abdul-Haqq (www.yourebs.biz)


Topic: When does technology go too far? Where do people draw the line? In recent weeks, it seems we’ve found some people’s limits with technology and the world of AI. A new videogame has been accused of using AI art for its assets. There was a chatbot campaigning for president. AI being used maliciously to create explicit images. And also, a possibly unfortunate end to important telecommunications legislation. What does all this mean going forward?


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