It really should work far better than a poorly trained, bored, tired, minimum wage TSA 'agent'
Now children can we all list the ways in which it will fail because of a very poorly designed training set?
No, AI chatbots are not sentient. Just as soon as the story on a Google engineer, who blew the whistle on what he claimed was a sentient language model, went viral, multiple publications stepped in to say he's wrong. The debate on whether the company's LaMDA chatbot is conscious or has a soul or not isn't a very good one, …
I haven't had any email for a week.
We only use email fro crap from our corporate masters, everything important is teams/whatsapp/telegram
Outlook had decided that since I delete anything from corporate unread, then anything from HR, Marketing, etc was spam - which is surprisingly prescient
"The US Transportation Security Administration will be testing whether computer vision software can automatically screen luggage to look out for items that look odd or are not allowed on flights."
If it's like other law-enforcement AI, it will disproportionately select black and brown bags for additional scrutiny.
Maybe there will be different voices for reading aloud kids books compared to horror stories.
I want 'The Shining' read by Mr Rogers, and Lolita read by Elmer Fudd.
But what I really want is for a book with 20 characters to have 21 voices (including the narrarator). I want the male characters to sound male, the female characters to sound female, and the animals crossing the road to squeak.
Well yes, that's certainly one way to look at it.
Another is "we're really excited to give users the opportunity to turn any text into an audiobook, without the huge investment of time and expense that this process usually entails."
Voice acting as a profession isn't dead yet, but it may well be on its last generation.