What I found interesting this time

by: Artur Dziedziczak

May 26, 2024

“Scarlett Johansson ’Shocked’ by AI Chatbot Imitation,” n.d. https://www.bbc.com/news/articles/cm559l5g529o

Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI deliberately cloned voice of Scarlet Johanson for his new tool.
It’s even more fucked up. He contacted her and when she disagreed, they still used her voice generated by AI and claimed that it’s not actually hers.
Can you even imagine how evil is that? When an artist disagree to contribute to your project, you simply steal her voice and pretend it never happened.
This is the mentality of 5-year-old boy …
I really hope OpenAI will lose all incoming lawsuits.

“City In A Bottle – A 256 Byte Raycasting System,” n.d. https://frankforce.com/city-in-a-bottle-a-256-byte-raycasting-system/

Amazing 256 byte code of JS and HTML that produces a city landscape with sun and ray casting calculation.
#math #js #html

“Is Winter Coming? Thoughts on Articifial Intelligence and Lofty Expectations.,” n.d. https://www.datagubbe.se/winter/

Is there a freeze in #AI advancements?
The author shares his opinion on this and shares how in his opinion future can look like.
Personally, I’m not sure anymore what is real and what’s not. AI is taking the jobs of creative designers and copyrighters. Everything for the money, which no one is paying taxes on.
I think we need more time to grasp the future of AI, not even mentioning the future of humanity as it is.

“Queueing,” n.d. https://encore.dev/blog/queueing

The best article on #queues I ever read. #programming

“What’s New in Kotlin 2.0.0,” n.d. https://kotlinlang.org/docs/whatsnew20.html

#kotlin #release