Tuesday, June 18, 2024


We are not the internet’s B!%@#

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The internet is teeming with articles about the pivotal role of AI as a tool in our online experience. AI has integrated into our daily online interactions, revolutionizing the way we discover and consume content. Through advanced and expensive machine learning algorithms, AI tailors recommendations based on our browsing history, search queries, and social media activity in an effort to… do what? Elevate our online experience with unparalleled personalization. Sell us products and services? Understand us in a stalk-like fashion? Detain us and even brainwash us for political reasons?

Utilizing AI-powered tools, cyber threats are swiftly identified and thwarted, malicious activities are detected, and user data is safeguarded. AI’s continuous analysis of patterns and anomalies ensures a safer online environment for users because the internet can be dangerous now. Did that occur with basic network TV, radio, magazines, and newspapers?

AI-generated content, spanning from news articles to product reviews, blurs the line between human and AI collaboration. Additionally, 47% of Gen Z (those born 1997-2012) employees say they get better career advice from AI, including ChatGPT, than they get from their manager.

The profound impact of AI as a tool on the internet is undeniable. How do you feel about it? Do you prefer it to human-created content?

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