Imagine you take your car to an AI mechanic for repairs. Instead of a human attendant asking you about the car, you talk to ChatGPT for a few minutes about the problems and it devises a solution. Automated robots then roll out and spring into action, fixing the issues in a matter of minutes, instead of the hours that you’re used to waiting on a typical visit. This automated application of AI systems can save humans time and effort while, in many cases, also performing tasks more accurately.
Generative AI has brought about a significant impact on TV and movie writers, revolutionizing the way stories are created and developed. With the advancements in natural language processing and machine learning, generative AI models have become capable of generating coherent and creative narratives, characters, and dialogue. This technology has proven to be a valuable tool for writers, serving as a source of inspiration, assisting in plot development, and even providing alternative ideas. By feeding vast amounts of existing scripts and narratives into these AI models, writers can explore new storylines, experiment with different genres, and overcome writer’s block. However, while generative AI offers a wealth of possibilities, it also raises ethical questions and challenges traditional notions of authorship and creativity. Striking the right balance between human ingenuity and AI assistance is crucial in preserving the unique vision and storytelling abilities of TV and movie writers.
In our age of brain tickling nose swabs, there is a renewed interest in fast, accurate, and non-invasive tests for diagnosing illnesses. We’ve all probably experienced a Q-tip going just a little too far at some point in the last couple of years. Well researchers from University of South Florida, Cornell, and 10 other institutions are working with the National Institutes of Health to develop AI that could make medical diagnoses based on a person’s speech.
Process Automation has long been the domain of large businesses seeking to produce their TPS reports faster or blast emails to potential customers. These business processes aren’t the only examples though. When Tony Stark tells JARVIS to paint his suit red or divert power to thrusters, that’s process automation. It may seem like there’s a wide gulf between sending automated emails and managing energy consumption of a powered suit of armor, but they’re closer than you think. As technology evolves, these types of automations become closer to reality.
A cyborg soldier controlled entirely by AI. A cybernetically enhanced human roaming the streets doing all kinds of jobs for money. These sound like plots out of a movie or video game. That’s because they are! But don’t let fiction fool you. These developments are coming to the real world sooner than you think.