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Offline tp4tissue

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Open AI Sora
« on: Thu, 15 February 2024, 20:29:12 »
https://openai.com/sora

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Don't really see what AI can't do.



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Re: Open AI Sora
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 15 February 2024, 20:33:56 »
https://openai.com/sora

No job is safe.

Don't really see what AI can't do.


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They can't do game design yet, but I expect crude 2D stuff very soon. Only a matter of time before we see shooters and 3D action games done by AI on Steam.
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Re: Open AI Sora
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 15 February 2024, 20:38:24 »
Tp4 just, doesn't see the point in doing anything anymore. This completely re-writes the schematic of human endeavor.

It's quite clear that our concept of the Human-Soul is merely Bigotry against robotics,  AI can dream, and they dream in higher fidelity than humans.

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Re: Open AI Sora
« Reply #3 on: Sat, 17 February 2024, 08:05:32 »
Farming ?

You guys think we can still be good farmers ?

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Re: Open AI Sora
« Reply #4 on: Mon, 19 February 2024, 11:25:55 »
Farming ?

You guys think we can still be good farmers ?

Probably not.

Tp4 just, doesn't see the point in doing anything anymore. This completely re-writes the schematic of human endeavor.

It's quite clear that our concept of the Human-Soul is merely Bigotry against robotics,  AI can dream, and they dream in higher fidelity than humans.

I honestly think that AI taking over all jobs will just mean we get to develop new endeavours.
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Re: Open AI Sora
« Reply #5 on: Sun, 25 February 2024, 17:57:16 »
Don't see AI taking over automotive repair.

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Re: Open AI Sora
« Reply #6 on: Sun, 25 February 2024, 20:25:35 »
Don't see AI taking over automotive repair.

They have been building them for ages though.

What I really wonder is if these "geniuses" who are working on all this advanced AI openly admit and acknowledge that it is super dangerous, and if left unchecked could destroy society, why is it they keep on working on it and making it more powerful? You literally just stated in multiple interviews that this will lead to the downfall of humankind, then in the same breath mentioned your new AI project that will push things even further. What the **** is wrong with you?

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Re: Open AI Sora
« Reply #7 on: Mon, 26 February 2024, 06:40:34 »
What I really wonder is if these "geniuses" who are working on all this advanced AI openly admit and acknowledge that it is super dangerous, and if left unchecked could destroy society, why is it they keep on working on it and making it more powerful?

It's a gold rush I suppose. OpenAI's employees didn't just sign that letter pleading for Sam Altman's return after his ousting merely because they felt he was the best CEO but because the company was going to be valued at $86 billion dollars and they had stock they wanted to sell that was at risk due to his firing.

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An OpenAI employee share sale that values the firm at $86 billion is back on track following Sam Altman’s reinstatement as CEO late Tuesday night, a person familiar with the matter said. The deal, in which a group of investors led by Thrive Capital will buy up to $1 billion of stock—and conceivably more—held by employees or other investors, is expected to close next month.

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Re: Open AI Sora
« Reply #8 on: Mon, 26 February 2024, 17:17:03 »
It's a gold rush I suppose. OpenAI's employees didn't just sign that letter pleading for Sam Altman's return after his ousting merely because they felt he was the best CEO but because the company was going to be valued at $86 billion dollars and they had stock they wanted to sell that was at risk due to his firing.

Yeah they are rolling in money and want to keep making it, even if they make the world worse, people are just selfish :(
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Re: Open AI Sora
« Reply #9 on: Tue, 27 February 2024, 02:48:06 »
It's not really that I think, it's just a matter of technology being unstoppable. You can't stop technology, nor should you, really.
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