Life in the World of AI – A Useful Assistant and a Threat to Individual Style

With the release of the ChatGPT into the public domain, a new era of artificial intelligence use has begun. Earlier, we only heard about smartwatches, smartphones, and smart washing machines. In other words, it is about devices and programs that were offered by the manufacturer and promised us a “smart” filling. Nowadays, artificial intelligence is used in almost every sphere of business.

Even if this text had been asked to be written by artificial intelligence, it would have coped quite well. It would be enough to offer a chatbot to imagine its online essay writing service and set the necessary topic. To realize the scale of artificial intelligence implementation in our lives, here is a short list of the main areas where artificial intelligence is used. 

Automobile transportation

With his Tesla, Elon Musk has cut a window in this sphere. Now, more and more automakers are trying to implement autopilot functions in their cars to a greater or lesser extent, from parking assistants to fully autonomous driving. 

Healthcare. 

The latest MRI and ECG machines use new principles of work with artificial intelligence, which can better than the human eye determine abnormalities and help diagnose diseases. 

Marketing. 

Artificial intelligence processes tons of information in seconds and helps marketers forecast consumer demand. 

Programming.

Artificial intelligence has long been taught to write lines of code for necessary requests. For many programmers, AI chatbots have become indispensable assistants for accomplishing tasks. 

This list can go on for a long time. It is worth mentioning that artificial intelligence is used in production control and detection of defective products, as well as in cybersecurity and logistics. What Artificial Intelligence has done to the modern entertainment industry is worth mentioning separately. 

They Sing, They Dance, They Look However You Want Them to Look

In 2016, the company’s Visual Computing and Artificial Intelligence page posted a video of the application of real-time appearance faking technology. An actor built a grimace and uttered various phrases. The program transformed his facial expressions into a live image of another person. This virtual person was George Bush Jr. 

Since that time, the phrase deepface has become common. Many developers began to use the technology, mainly for entertainment. Fake App became the most popular. Later, hundreds of similar programs started to appear on the market. One way or another, developers used artificial intelligence and the open library TensorFlow from Google. Now, many programs can recognize even the best quality fake. Still, at the time, this innovation caused a lot of concern. 

Now, with the help of artificial intelligence, we can not only create a video where one person moves and looks like someone else. Trained neural networks can copy voice, manner of speech, intonation, and much more. In the network, you can easily find many videos created by artificial intelligence in which Frank Sinatra sings Madonna songs or Michael Jackson reads rap. 

Also Read: Profile Pic Precision: How AI is Shaping Visual Representations

From Military Developments to Science and Entertainment

Many of the inventions available to us in everyday life originated in much more specialized fields. For example, a wireless headset or a screwdriver, now commonplace items, were once developed for NASA astronauts. The story is similar to artificial intelligence. The primary funding of AI research began in the late 80s of the 20th century in the U.S., when bank employees needed a system to recognize fraud with debit cards. The military made a significant contribution to the development of AI at the same time. Decades later, we have programs that help generate text based on programs for banks and smartphone cameras with facial recognition technology based on military developments in airport security systems and government agencies. 

Artificial Intelligence Is Not Just for Work and Entertainment

Many users use AI chats as a search page with advanced functionality. You ask the chatbot a question, and it gives you a detailed answer. But Artificial Intelligence can do so much more. The programs are learnable and can analyze a lot of data. If you “feed” the AI the correct data, you can get several useful materials that simplify your life. Here are a few examples of how AI is being used in everyday life:

  • Shopping list and day planning.
  • Creating a workout plan.
  • Recipes are based on food from your refrigerator.
  • Preparing for job interviews (you can ask an AI to be a recruiter). 
  • Planning and analyzing expenses.
  • Tips on gift selection based on a person’s description.
  • Learning foreign languages.

Of course, these are not all the options. There are exactly as many options as your imagination will allow. You will surely get the needed answer if you ask AI the right questions. You must provide as much information as possible for the most detailed paper. Now, AI is developing in two parallel directions. On the one hand, neural networks continue to develop and improve their learning abilities. Thus, science is developing methods of controlling AI so that it does not replace human labor and identity.

If It Looks Like a Duck, Swims Like a Duck, and Quacks Like a Duck…

The issue of restricting AI and access to its use in various fields is highly acute. One of those who favor severe restrictions on AI are the employees of the gaming industry, specifically concept artists. This is generally not surprising. For example, the MidJourney app can draw very well from a text description. This jeopardizes the work of concept artists. To understand how serious a problem this is, it’s worth mentioning that a painting created by MidJourney in 2022 won first place in the digital category at a fine art competition in Colorado.  

Artificial intelligence is something akin to fire and gunpowder. Its proper use can help, but if not limited, the consequences are hard to predict. At this point, we are at parity. Almost everyone uses artificial intelligence, but individuality and human traits in the work are controlled by software that detects artificial intelligence-created text or artwork. 

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