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Book Riot Wonders Whether We Are Asking the Wrong Questions About AI

Jamie Canaves writes the following in “‘AI Will Never Be Good Enough to Replace Real Authors’ Is the Wrong Conversation” for Book Riot:

Being that AI is just scrapping all the information that is already out there to toss it into a blender and output something ‘new,’ I am not actually worried that it will ever be good enough to replace creatives. But that’s not the problem for me. While I get where this idea is coming from I feel it gives a very false sense of ‘It’ll be fine!’ and ‘Don’t worry!’ which keeps the conversations that should be had from happening.

Instead, we should be asking: Will those in power care that AI isn’t as good at creating what a human can create when their goal of using it is to not pay actual writers, authors, and creatives?

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