Artificial Intelligence (AI), Open Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Open Artificial Intelligence

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(Fredrikstad country): Last Thursday The distinction between the real, tangible world and the artificial world is becoming more and more blurred. It's Open AI – the company that has made the entire world population fascinated with the language model over the past year – Who breaks the boundaries again:

Developed A program that can produce fake videos up to 60 seconds long, based on instructions you give yourself, the user. Sora as the program is called Which will likely soon be as popular and talked about as Chat GPT, which lets you choose the theme and style. It is also possible to use a still image to produce such a video.

And Once again, as ordinary people, we have to catch our breath – and leave ourselves amazed, amazed, and unsettled at the same time.

Across the Western world, artificial intelligence is now making top politicians sweat

for now Artificial intelligence – controlled by a group of global giants – is moving forward at a pace so fast that no one person can keep up with the changes. And we have to ask the question: Before long, will it be possible to distinguish between what is real and what is fake?

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left Grund Almeland believes what happened on Thursday It may represent a historic shift in our relationship with technology expertsIn, and it is now The time is critical for Norwegian politicians to go on the offensive.

he Not alone. Across the Western world, artificial intelligence is now making top politicians sweat. Because how can you really get development that is now moving at almost lightning speed into controlled forms? Is this even possible?

Here you can see an example of a video that Sora created based on a user request. The same frequency appears from five angles. Can you see that this is not real? Bill Peebles, who was pivotal in Sora's development, posted on X:

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What If someone made a fake audio clip where Arne Sikkelstein “revealed” his plan to rig the elections in Fredrikstad? she asked in a comment before Christmas. Then one of the presidential candidates in Slovakia had just experienced something similar.

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according to Systematic misinformation was used to confuse the public on political and social matters in 16 countries last year. This is done by publishing news, pictures, and video clips that the public believes are true, but are pure fabrication.

that it A scary backdrop on the way to a year in which elections are held in the UK, India and the US at least. According to Open AI, the company is working hard to impose restrictions so that its software is not used to spread lies, misinformation, and fake news.

Until we know more, we don't allow people to build apps to use for campaigning and lobbying. The company says.

Norwegian experts In the region there are still doubts about how successful these measures actually are. Among them is Eskil Grindal Sivertsen of the Norwegian Defense Research Institute (FFI). He believes that everything we already know about past election manipulation will happen in the future It can be implemented on a much larger scale and with much greater precision using artificial intelligence.

middle In this rapid technological development, which may now seem completely chaotic and unclear, several questions arise about what is most important to us. freedom of expression.

freedom Which is based on the three principles The search for truth, democracy, and the individual’s right to freedom of expression. The recently released – and very important – report, “Generative Artificial Intelligence and Freedom of Speech,” shows how these principles are under increasing pressure now that the ability to manipulate in a reliable way is available to absolutely everyone.

  • It leads to an increase in the degree of misinformation no To search for the truth.
  • What provides what one already agrees upon does not personally empower one
  • foreign Does not support democracy.
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This is artificial intelligence (AI)

Generative artificial intelligence (AI), or also artificial intelligence (AI), is a type of artificial intelligence that creates a wide range of data such as text, computer programs, images, 3D models, video, or audio.

The technology used is called machine learning, deep learning and neural networks which use the information they are fed to create new data on their own.

Generative AI can be used to automate a number of services. Such as talking robots in online stores and banks, answering emails or writing software. Machine learning can also be used to train other computer-based assistants.

Although the idea of ​​artificial intelligence has been around for several hundred years, and as a term since 1956, it was only in 2012 that the technology was first used for image processing. It requires powerful computers and large amounts of data to generate new data.

The fact that computers can have artificial intelligence does not mean that they also have artificial consciousness.

There is a wide range of AI services today. Among the most popular: OpenAI ChatGPT, which answers questions, generates text, and can generate computer codes. Image generators such as Midjourney, Stable Diffusion and Dall-E are also popular.

Sources: Norske Leksikon Store, generatorativeai.net, tek.no

With height With the advent of social media, and now gradually artificial intelligence, it is interesting to see how the view of public regulation of freedom of expression has radically changed.

while The Norwegian Freedom of Expression Commission believed in 1999 that the less we regulate public space, the better for freedom of expression – and now the same commission has come to exactly the opposite conclusion:

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What we need now are regulations to preserve freedom of expressionreads the recommendation.

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In the future Much will revolve around measures that can actually be introduced to facilitate the distinction between the real and the real, the fake and the fabricated. At the same time, freedom of expression is the best protection for us all.

A shark on the beach, right?! Another example of an AI-generated video via the new service Sora. Will you be able to see that this is not real?

in The latest report points to the Norwegian Institute for Human Rights (NIM) and technology councils on these potential measures:

  1. Establish standards for labeling and verifying artificially generated content.
  2. Holding global platform companies Google, Meta (Facebook and Instagram) and X (formerly Twitter) liable when they post illegal, harmful and fake content.
  3. Enhancing residents' understanding of source criticism on digital surfaces.
  4. Support editor-controlled media, because in the future, in the face of artificial intelligence, it will be more important for the public to trust traditional editor-controlled media.
  5. Powerful alliances of countries to regulate a market dominated by global players (mentioned in point two).

Until the last He particularly emphasized this point Norway must participate here. It's a very important point to make at a time when the AI ​​train is moving forward, for better or worse, more rapidly than ever before.

And Where the speed limit would now be welcome.

Hanisi Anenih

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