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I conducted this interview with the late Daniel Dennett in Morocco. Some of his final thoughts on Mortality, the Mind, AI and how he enjoyed Life while among us. RIP
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I conducted this interview with the late Daniel Dennett in Morocco. Some of his final thoughts on Mortality, the Mind, AI and how he enjoyed Life while among us. RIP

Hi all, I wanted to share with you an interview I recently conducted with the late Daniel Dennett, one of the most influential philosophers and cognitive scientists of our time. As most of you may know, he sadly passed away on April 19th at the age of 82. In February, I had the privilege of interviewing Dennett during the UM6P - Mohammed VI Polytechnic University's Science Week in Morocco. Little did I know that this would be one of his final interviews. We discussed a wide range of topics, including artificial intelligence, consciousness, pain and sentience, and his reflections on mortality and the meaning of life. As a renowned philosopher who greatly influenced the contemporary understanding of the mind, consciousness, and the impact of evolutionary theory on scientific and humanistic t...
~Realtime speech2speech?
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~Realtime speech2speech?

Hello, My wife was doing some DMing, and one of her players gave her some feedback about her presentation being less than "enthusiastic". This got me thinking, could AI be used to make her always sound "on" when she's DMing? The idea would be to get a clone of her voice when she's fresh and at her best, and then use AI to output content from that model in real time when she's speaking. A little research shows that RVC seems to be a good choice [1] [2]. Then also, elevenlabs seems to have some good tools [3] [4]. I was wondering if anyone could share their opinion or observations about doing real time speech2speech? [1] https://github.com/RVC-Project/Retrieval-based-Voice-Conversion-WebUI [2] https://github.com/gitmylo/audio-webui?tab=readme-ov-file [3] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UVpp...
Sony Music warns tech companies over unauthorized use of its content to train AI
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Sony Music warns tech companies over unauthorized use of its content to train AI

Sony Music Group has sent letters to over 700 tech companies and music streaming services warning them not to use its content to train AI without permission. The company is concerned about unauthorized use of its content depriving it and its artists of control and compensation. Sony Music is safeguarding its intellectual property, which includes audio recordings, cover artwork, metadata, and lyrics. The letter asks recipients to provide details on how Sony Music's songs were used to train AI systems. Recent legislative efforts aim to address copyright infringement issues related to AI-generated content. Source: https://techcrunch.com/2024/05/16/sony-music-warns-tech-companies-over-unauthorized-use-of-its-content-to-train-ai/ submitted by /u/NuseAI [link] [comments]
Is there an AI tool that can identify skin color?
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Is there an AI tool that can identify skin color?

I’m writing a story that has a Hispanic character and I’m trying to find an AI tool that describes skin color or very specific shades. I know there’s like a scale or something that shows the different names for different skin tones. Thanks submitted by /u/D_And_R_Gaming [link] [comments]
AI doesn’t have to do something well it just has to do it well enough to replace staff
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AI doesn’t have to do something well it just has to do it well enough to replace staff

I wanted to open a discussion up about this. In my personal life, I keep talking to people about AI and they keep telling me their jobs are complicated and they can’t be replaced by AI. But i’m realizing something AI doesn’t have to be able to do all the things that humans can do. It just has to be able to do the bare minimum and in a capitalistic society companies will jump on that because it’s cheaper. I personally think we will start to see products being developed that are designed to be more easily managed by AI because it saves on labor costs. I think AI will change business processes and cause them to lean towards the types of things that it can do. Does anyone else share my opinion or am I being paranoid? submitted by /u/AutismThoughtsHere [link] [comments]
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