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Will AI destroy creative industries? That's the question plenty are asking after ChatGPT was forced to shelve one of its new artificial intelligence voices  Scarlett Johansson 1. ChatGPT 0. The Hollywood actress had a win when OpenAI shelved plans to use its Sky voice in ChatGPT, after Johansson complained that the voice was a rip-off of her own. As reported by just about every media outlet on the planet

Artificial intelligence may have been all the rage this year, but according to our Senior Content Writer, Mike Tuckerman, authenticity is what everyone will be searching for in 2024. “I think I like you even better than last year’s one,” sneers the venomous Venetia Catton in Emerald Fennell’s mind-bending psychological thriller, Saltburn. “You’re so,” she continues to the film’s seemingly harmless protagonist, Oliver Quick. “So what?” he coyishly enquires. “

It's been a busy week or so for high-profile entrepreneur and investor, Sam Altman. We recap the details. “A Netflix documentary in the making.” That’s how one investment firm described the shock departure of OpenAI’s co-founder and CEO, Sam Altman, late last week. Leading up to this dramatic moment, it was reported that the board of OpenAI – which created ChatGPT – felt that Altman hadn’t been “candid enough in

As tech evolves and becomes more accessible, the rise in fake celebrity AI videos, images, and other unauthorised content is significant. This latest example is a classic case of life imitating art.  Film icon, Tom Hanks, has taken to Instagram to denounce an ad for a dental plan that used an AI version of his image and voice to endorse the service. “BEWARE!! There’s a video out there

Artificial intelligence can help you complete a diverse range of digital marketing tasks, but there’s one thing tools like ChatGPT can never replace – human creativity. That's according to our Senior Content Writer, Mike Tuckerman. On the days I work from home, I sometimes stop and stare at the same piece of art on the walls of my home office that was once owned by Vincent van