Source: Median

The AI “revolution” has arrived, and it already appears to be getting a little out of hand. With the prospect of easy profits looming, many firms have begun to roll out new tools and solutions that leverage artificial intelligence to improve user experience. Search engines, Hollywood, and the media sectors all appear eager to get involved. Nonetheless, this completely uncontrolled industry has the ability to significantly change existing industries, our way of life, art, legal systems, and even our brain. Here are some of the warning signals that the robot revolution might turn out to be a disaster.

1. Chat GPT passes a coding exam

ChatGPT appears to be intelligent enough to be employed by Google. According to NBC, the internet giant evaluated ChatGPT for coding aptitude in the same manner that new programmer hires are generally tested, and it passed with flying colors. “Amazingly, ChatGPT is recruited at L3 [level 3] when interviewed for a coding position,” according to an internal note obtained by the news source. According to PC Magazine, such a career pays an average yearly income of $183k. Others who have tested the chatbot have expressed worry about the job stability of human developers.

2. Chat GPT being used by judges in court

One of the dumbest ideas I’ve ever heard is to automate our legal system. Even so, people are saying it. In a troubling recent development, a Colombian court opted to use ChatGPT to deliver a legal judgement on an autistic child’s medical insurance. Judge Juan Manuel Padilla Garcia allegedly believed it would be a good idea to save time during the hearings by using the chatbot. The justifications for this decision will be decided using artificial intelligence (AI),” Garcia stated in his conclusion. “What we truly want is to reduce the time spent crafting judgments after confirming the material given by AI.”

Judge uses ChatGPT in Colombian court case, with AI factoring into his decision | TweakTown
Source: Tweak Town

3. AI replaces voice actors

According to a recent Motherboard report, the entertainment sector is likewise attempting to automate voice acting. According to the publication, voice performers are being asked to give up their rights to their own voices so that AI systems may generate “synthetic” replicas of their sounds. According to the publication, these new contractual duties are only one of several concerns performers have about the advent of voice-generating artificial intelligence, which they claim threatens to drive entire swaths of the profession out of employment.

4. AI entering the Stock Market

Of course, AI is now thrilling Wall Street, just like every other dazzling new bauble that smells like money. According to The Morning Brief, the “stock market hype machine” has now landed on everything with “AI” in its name, which means that any firm whose product can claim minimal relation to automation is now poised for a huge NASDAQ glow-up. As the Brief points out, it’s essentially web3 all over again.

The Evolution and Future of AI in the Stock Market | HackerNoon
Source: Hacker Noon

5. Using AI to spy on people

What is the most terrifying thought? Combining surveillance and artificial intelligence to produce super-smart spying devices. That doesn’t seem promising. Unfortunately, Wired recently revealed that AI is being linked into large networks of security cameras in Russia in order to build cities where “there is no place to hide.” Charming! I can’t wait for the American edition.

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Usman Kashmirwala
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