The March 30 AI News Roundup for Writers
Your weekly collection of AI news curated for writers, editors, and marketers. This week, we're incredibly late delivering said news and apologize.
The big news of the week is that some notable tech leaders (e.g., Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak, Andrew Yang) have signed a petition calling for OpenAI and other artificial intelligence labs to pause training AI systems more advanced than GPT-4. The chance of that happening is...?
Meredith Farley thinks AI won't take all the content jobs—but might take 30% of them. And that's not scary?
Meanwhile, OpenAI, OpenResearch, and the University of Pennsylvania published a paper that examined how AI will affect jobs and predicts it will take over hundreds of millions of jobs.
Maybe that's why more white collar workers are tinkering with AI tools and ChatGPT?
A recent report found that over 4% of employees have already put sensitive company data into AI-powered tools, raising cybersecurity and privacy concerns. Be careful out there, writers…
Ubisoft’s new artificial intelligence Ghostwriter tool is designed to help the company’s writers, not put them out of work, one of its creators, Ubisoft research scientist Ben Swanson, tells Axios. Uh huh, sure.
OpenAI finally connected ChatGPT—specifically the GPT-4-powered GPT Plus—to the internet. Subscribers can probably expect a whole new experience.
Bill Gates said OpenAI's GPT-4 will soon enable the creation of super-smart digital personal assistants. Maybe they'll take some admin work off creatives' plates?
Adobe's new AI, Firefly, may make browsing stock photos and creating graphics a thing of the past. Why use Canva when Firefly can create graphics for you?
Wired put ChatGPT Plus to the test and says these are the things you need to know about GPT-4. Does their experience gel with yours?
And of course, Google announced it will incorporate generative AI into Google Workspaces. If that's the tool you use at work, get ready to start using artificial intelligence.