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OpenAI’s Strategy to Counter Election Misinformation in 2024!

AND: AI in Music Copyright Tango!

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OpenAI has announced a plan to prevent its tools from being used to spread election misinformation in 2024. The plan includes a mix of preexisting policies and newer initiatives to ensure the ethical and responsible use of its generative AI tools.

Let’s dive into the details.

Today in the “Incredible AI” world:

  • OpenAI’s Strategy to Counter Election Misinformation in 2024

  • AI in Music Copyright Tango

  • TOP AI TOOLS of the DAY

  • Claude’s New Vision for Image Analysis

  • How to take the perfect AI selfie with Midjourney

  • HITS of the AI Industry Today

OpenAI’s Strategy to Counter Election Misinformation in 2024:

OpenAI has devised a strategy to combat the spread of election misinformation in 2024. This plan, detailed in a blog post, aims to ensure the integrity of elections in over 50 countries.

The San Francisco-based AI startup has outlined a mix of existing policies and new initiatives to prevent the misuse of its generative AI tools.

These tools, capable of generating text and images, could potentially be used to create misleading messages or fake photographs.

OpenAI has announced a ban on using its technology to create chatbots that impersonate real candidates or governments, misrepresent voting procedures, or discourage people from voting.

Until further research is conducted on the persuasive power of its technology, OpenAI will not permit its users to build applications for political campaigning or lobbying.

Starting early this year, OpenAI will digitally watermark AI images created using its DALL-E image generator. This will make it easier to identify whether an image was created using the AI tool.

OpenAI is also partnering with the National Association of Secretaries of State to direct ChatGPT users who have voting-related questions to accurate information on CanIVote.org.

AI in Music Copyright Tango:

AI’s Lyric Dilemma: Music publishers Universal Music, ABKCO, and Concord Publishing have sued Anthropic. The lawsuit claims that Anthropic used lyrics from over 500 songs to train its chatbot, Claude.

The AI’s Defense: Anthropic allegedly used these lyrics without permission, a move seen as a violation of the publishers’ rights. The publishers argue that Claude not only reproduces the lyrics on request but also in response to unrelated prompts.

The Legal Dance: This lawsuit is a first of its kind, targeting the use of song lyrics by AI. The outcome could set a precedent for future cases involving AI and copyright.

The Potential Impact: The publishers are seeking damages and an order to stop the alleged infringement. The decision could have far-reaching implications for AI companies and their training methods.

- TOP AI TOOLS of the DAY -

TextBlaze: Eliminate repetitive typing and mistakes. Easy-to-use templates with endless customizability and powerful automation.

FacelessVideo: Faceless Video is an AI-powered platform that allows users to generate faceless videos from text prompts, offering features like script generation, scene creation, voiceovers, and subtitles.

FormsApp: Forms App is an AI-powered form builder that allows you to create forms, collect submissions, and automate workflows with powerful integrations.

Speechki: Speechki is an AI-powered realistic voice generator and text-to-speech solution that offers over 1,100 voices in more than 80 languages, transforming text into high-quality audio content.

SummarizeWTF: SummarizeWTF is an AI-powered summarization engine that delivers the essence of documents and web pages, regardless of length.

Claude’s New Vision for Image Analysis:

A New Lens for Claude: Anthropic is developing a feature that will allow its chatbot, Claude, to analyze images. This could broaden the product’s appeal and help Anthropic compete with larger rivals.

Chatbots’ Image Recognition Race: Major AI chatbots like Google’s Bard and OpenAI’s ChatGPT can already scrutinize images. This enables them to perform tasks like identifying a dog’s breed from a photo or describing artwork.

Claude’s Current Capabilities: Currently, Claude only responds to text commands and can parse text-based documents. It can perform tasks like summarizing a PDF document or helping users practice their Spanish vocabulary.

Anthropic’s Future Plans: Although Anthropic has not publicly discussed the new feature, it appears to be working on image recognition. This could lead to users chatting with Claude about images and asking image-related questions.


How to take the perfect AI selfie with Midjourney:

Midjourney’s V6 has the ability to generate imagery that is virtually indistinguishable from reality, including replicating selfies.

The prompt: “phone selfie of [person description], [location], posted on [social media platform in YEAR] --style raw --ar 9:16 --v 6.0"

  • Adding the social media network/year creates a more raw, unfiltered look that captures the chaos of a quick selfie.

  • This also works with fictional characters/non-realistic outputs.

  • The prompt for the example above: “A phone selfie of Ken from Barbie on a beach holding a surfboard, posted on myspace in 2004 --v 6.0 --ar 16:9)

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- HITS of the AI Industry Today -

Microsoft today made Reading Coach, its AI-powered tool that provides learners with personalized reading practice, available at no cost to anyone with a Microsoft account.

Meet Jan: An Open-Source ChatGPT Alternative that Runs 100% Offline on Your Computer.

A Review Paper on Personalized Medicine: The Promise of Machine Learning in Individualized Treatment Effect Estimation.

BMW will deploy Figure’s humanoid robot at the South Carolina plant.

EU calls for laws to force greater algorithmic transparency from music-streaming platforms.

Samsung Galaxy and Google Cloud team up on AI.

Sam Altman discusses advanced general intelligence (AGI) at Davos.

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