“What’s happening in class is no longer going to be, ‘Here are some questions — let’s talk about it between us human beings,'” he said, but instead “it’s like, ‘What also does this alien robot think?'” The change is coming faster than I can type about (and maybe faster than ChatGTP can type about it). NYT (Gift Article): Alarmed by A.I. Chatbots, Universities Start Revamping How They Teach.

+ Nick Cave has some thoughts about ChatGTP songs in the style of Nick Cave: “I understand that ChatGPT is in its infancy but perhaps that is the emerging horror of AI – that it will forever be in its infancy, as it will always have further to go, and the direction is always forward, always faster. It can never be rolled back, or slowed down, as it moves us toward a utopian future, maybe, or our total destruction. Who can possibly say which? Judging by this song ‘in the style of Nick Cave’ though, it doesn’t look good, Mark. The apocalypse is well on its way. This song sucks.”

+ Getty Images is suing the creators of AI art tool Stable Diffusion for scraping its content, and a lawsuit has been filed by artists who say the AI image makers have ripped off their source material.