OpenAI's ChatGPT can write poems, articles, scripts; it can code and even give legal advice. Gary Marcus calls this AI's ,Jurassic Park moment., To others it feels as big as the advent of the internet. How should we understand this moment in AI's evolution? From mass producing misinformation at zero cost to plagiarism, to replacing jobs, what are the downsides of technology like ChatGPT? The Agenda examines the shockwaves created by ChatGPT.
00:00 - Intro
08:40 - A new era of misinformation?
16:12 - AI Plagiarism
23:55 - Will ChatGPT take your job?
30:02 - Regulating AI
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