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A Robot with 1,000 Boyfriends 💘

Happy Thursday, fry lovers! 🍟 We have some salty snacks cooked up for you today.

Today’s Menu

Appetizer: This robot has 1,000 boyfriends 💘

Entrée: Google implementing AI 🖥

Dessert: AI is plagiarizing humans 🔍


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Ever wondered what it would be like to date a robot? Well, for $1/minute, you can!

Snapchat influencer Caryn Marjorie has launched an AI chatbot based on herself, using OpenAI's GPT-4 API. Marjorie, a 23-year-old who has 1.8 million followers on Snapchat, calls this chatbot “CarynAI.” CarynAI launched as a beta test earlier this month and generated $71,610 in revenue in one week! 💵

According to CarynAI’s website, more than 2,000 hours were spent designing and coding the real-life Marjorie's voice, behaviors, and personality into an "immersive AI experience," which feels as if "you're talking directly to Caryn herself."

Caryn said that her followers are important to her, but she is unable to talk with every single one of them. She believes CarynAI will be the solution and act as an “extension of herself.” She also believes that her new technology could “cure loneliness” for some people. She states, "Whether you need somebody to be comforting or loving, or you just want to rant about something that happened at school or at work, CarynAI will always be there for you.” 💞 


Google has just announced major plans to utilize AI. Two of the new features will include a conversational AI-powered search engine and Gmail assistance.

Google has announced that the company is planning to implement an AI feature into its search engine called “Converse.” This will allow Google searchers to not only “search” what they are looking for, but to actually enter into a conversation with the search engine which will allow them to ask follow up questions and explore more detailed prompts. 🧐

📨 Have you ever needed help writing an email or just didn’t know how to get started? Google is implementing a new, “How to write” feature which will be available to all Gmail users. The feature will allow users to ask AI to write a draft email for them about any given subject. Additionally, it will have the ability to shorten or lengthen emails based on the context of the email and the preference of the user. No more staring at a blinking cursor!


Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, kicked off his “Future of Artificial Intelligence” speaking tour at Clark Atlanta University. During this talk, he addressed many concerns that the public has been raising about AI. One of those concerns surrounds copyright issues. 📝

AI has access to a wide database which includes material developed by hard-working people within their given discipline. AI, however, is using much of this material as its own with no credit given to the human author or artist. In other fields we call this plagiarism, and people can face serious consequences for it. However, how do you hold a robot accountable? Altman believes there could be a solution to this problem in the near future.

Altman is aware these copyright issues need to be addressed and said, "We're trying to work on new models where if an AI system is using your content, or if it's using your style, you get paid for that.” ChatGPT and other OpenAI developments are in their early stages, and there is a lot of talk over regulatory and copyright issues, but Altman assures that OpenAI is working hard to make sure they are creating a “tool” which will enhance the lives people and not a “creature” which will use them for its own benefit.


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