By: Eliza Bennet
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has highlighted artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing as significant global risks. The organization cautions that AI could detrimentally affect healthcare, information accuracy, and labor markets, creating disparages across a variety of sectors.
A recent controversy added more fuel to this debate when SAG-AFTRA signed a deal permitting a studio to create AI-based voice replicas of its union members, which was met with immense disapproval from the voice actors.
In response to such concerns, McAfee has initiated a tool called Project Mockingbird, which asserts a detection rate of 90% for AI-generated audio counterfeits, aiming to establish a solid defence against digital authenticity breaches.
Despite these apprehensions, artificial intelligence continues to have a vast potential; Growthential's Lynda Koster emphasizes the strategic importance of generative AI, especially in financial advising, to sustain a competitive edge in an ever-evolving technological landscape. On another note, AI tokens are gathering momentum in their contribution towards the massive adoption of machine learning models in the blockchain industry.
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