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Sora’s “air head” sequel is released

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Today’s Menu

Appetizer: Sora’s “air head” sequel is released 🎈

Entrée: Elon Musk’s Neuralink faces setback 🧠

Dessert: ChatGPT to power new iPhone features 📲


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Q: Why didn’t the balloon make it through school?

A: It always failed pop quizzes. 😆

What’s new? Shy Kids have made a sequel to their famous “air head” video, which was made with OpenAI’s Sora.

What is the video? In this 3 minute, 38 second video called, “Deflated,” AI reporter Patricia Carlo interviews Sunny Stringfellow, the air-headed star of the original short film, “air head.” The video takes place in a dark interview room with a 60 Minutes feel, where Carlo and Stringfellow talk about how the original video affected his life. The film, completely generated by AI, shows flashbacks through the early life of Stringfellow, including black-and-white images, apparent phone and video recordings, and more. The video tells the story of his rise to stardom following the original video and his eventual downfall, as the attention all “went to his head.” In the end, he shows how his new air-headed girlfriend now keeps him grounded.

Why is this significant? This new video goes beyond the original “air head” video which blew minds and stunned the digital world. This video surpasses the original both in terms of length and quality, showcasing the abilities of OpenAI’s Sora model. Unless you are pausing, rewinding, and looking very hard for inconsistencies within the video, the transitions appear seamless. Not to mention, the shots from various angles and in different settings (including shots in black-and-white and from purposefully grainy phone video) are captivating, to say the least.


Is the mind controlling AI, or is AI controlling the mind? 🤯

What happened? Neuralink, the brainchild of Elon Musk, has recently encountered some hurdles with its revolutionary brain-computer interface device.

What went wrong? Last year, Neuralink won approval from the Food and Drug Administration to conduct its first human clinical study. The implantation in its first human patient, Noland Arbaugh, allowed him to control his computer cursor with his mind alone. Since this first trial, the device has faced challenges, notably with electrode-studded threads retracting from the brain tissue. This issue caused a malfunction, impacting Arbaugh’s ability to control his computer cursor effectively. However, Neuralink swiftly responded, implementing software modifications to enhance signal sensitivity and improve cursor control accuracy. Tampering with the human brain like this is scary, but it showcases the resilience of the Neuralink team and their technology to adjust to unforeseen issues.

Is there hope for this project? Despite initial setbacks, Arbaugh’s experience with the device has shown promising results. He can now control his laptop cursor with his mind, play online games, browse the internet, and more. Neuralink aims to further enhance cursor control performance and expand the device’s capabilities to include text entry and control of other technologies. Arbaugh’s optimism underscores the potential of this technology to transform the lives of individuals with paralysis, offering hope for improved functionality and independence.

“I think it [the technology] should give a lot of people a lot of hope for what this thing can do for them.

-Noland Arbaugh, the first human Neuralink patient


Q: What did the iPhone eat for breakfast?

A: Siri-al. 🥣

What’s up? Apple and OpenAI are finalizing a deal to integrate ChatGPT into forthcoming iPhone features.

Want the details? This potential agreement aims to integrate ChatGPT features into Apple’s iOS 18, the forthcoming iPhone operating system. iOS 18 is expected to be released in September of this year, and will reportedly feature AI integrations in iMessage, photos, Siri, and more. Previously, Apple was in talks with Google to have Gemini power these new features, but Apple seems to have found more value with OpenAI’s technology and has, for now, put a deal with Google on the back-burner.


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