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Will AI destroy humanity in 5-10 years?

It’s FRY-day, y’all! Kick back and relax while we dip into today’s AI news. 😎

Today’s Menu

Appetizer: AI-”Family Guy” gets banned 🙅‍♂️

Entrée: 42% of CEO’s warn AI will destroy humanity 💀

Dessert: AI-designed workspaces 🗂


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“I got drunk and then got my picture taken. So that way when I get pulled over for drunk driving, I look the same as on my license.” (Peter from Family Guy)

What happened? An AI-generated version of the popular show, “Family Guy," has sparked controversy due to its offensive content. The AI-generated episodes, created by a machine learning model, aimed to mimic the style and humor of the original show. However, this experiment took a dark turn when the new episode was considered by many to be highly offensive and inappropriate. The offensive nature of the AI-generated Family Guy episode led to a ban on the popular live streaming platform, Twitch. The platform took swift action to remove any streams or content featuring the AI-generated episode, citing a violation of their guidelines regarding “offensive and harmful content.”

What does this mean for the future? This incident serves as a stark reminder of the challenges and ethical dilemmas that arise when using AI to create content. While AI has the potential to revolutionize many industries, including entertainment, it also highlights the need for responsible development and oversight to ensure that AI-generated content aligns with societal norms and values.


Is AI going to destroy humanity? This question has been looming for a while now, and a new survey found that many experts cite this as a realistic concern. 😰

What happened? 42% of CEOs surveyed at the Yale CEO Summit this week said that AI has the potential to “destroy humanity” within 5-10 years.

What was the survey? The survey was organized by Yale professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld's Chief Executive Leadership Institute. It gathered responses from a diverse group of 119 CEOs, including industry leaders like Doug McMillon from Walmart, James Quincy from Coca-Cola, as well as CEOs from IT companies such as Xerox and Zoom along with representatives from the pharmaceutical, media, and manufacturing sectors.

Is everyone worried? While 34% of CEOs said AI could potentially destroy humanity within 10 years and 8% said that could happen within 5 years, 58% reported that they are “not worried.”

Even though some remain unphased by the risks of an AI apocalypse, concerns continue to grow. When asked about these results, Sonnenfield concluded, “It’s pretty dark and alarming.” 🚨


I don’t know about you, but I get 10X the workload done at coffee shops than anywhere else. I’m not sure if its the ambiance or the triple shot of espresso. ☕️

What happened? Zhai AI, a pioneering company in the field of AI, is revolutionizing the way we think about office spaces. With their innovative technology, Zhai AI aims to create work environments that maximize productivity, creativity, and overall well-being.

How does it work? Using AI algorithms and sensors, Zhai AI analyzes individual preferences and work habits to customize office environments for maximum productivity and well-being. The AI system continuously adapts lighting, temperature, and noise levels to suit employees' needs, fostering an ideal work environment. Moreover, it tracks team dynamics and suggests improvements for better collaboration.

What are the benefits? Personalized workplace design improves employee well-being, stimulates creativity, attracts top talent, and optimizes resource allocation. It creates environments that align with individual preferences, reduces stress, and enhances job satisfaction.

You know what else would improve job performance? Serving fresh and crispy fries to all employees! 🍟


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