OpenAI co-founder and president Greg Brockman has told an audience at SXSW that generative AI tools like their own ChatGPT are going to take over much of the “drudge work” involved in content creation and conjure up new “interactive” entertainment experiences for audiences. While actual screenwriting is perhaps a bridge too far, jobs where users “didn’t want human judgment there in the first place”, like those involving content moderation are ideally suited to being automated.
“Every aspect of life is going to be sort of amplified by this technology, and I’m sure there are some aspects or people or companies that will say, ‘I don’t want that,’ and that’s okay. I think it’s really going to be a tool, just like the cell phone in your pocket, that is going to be available when it makes sense”Greg Brockman, co-founder & President, OpenAI
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Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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