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AI Roundup: Killer robots being developed, let AI handle your gambling addiction, AI makes crappy pasta

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Artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing in health care and all facets of business and life. Here are the latest developments:

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AI killer robots are on our side…for now

The U.S. is moving toward allowing the military’s autonomous drones to kill people. The U.S. government recently expressed its objection to a binding United Nations resolution against such technology. Russia, Israel, and China are also developing the killer-drone technology. Skynet, here we come.

Let AI send you spiraling into bankruptcy and despair

Too tired to gamble away all your earnings on a parley that crosses three sports? Have too much stability in your life and want to find a way to put a stop to it? Great news – AI sports betting is here and it’s tailored to your interests. No need to spend time ruining your life when you can let AI do it for you.

When AI rules the world, the food will be crap

AI might be able to do a lot, but one thing it excels at across many disciplines: A mastery of blandness. So when AI takes over the world, expect a lot of crappy pasta dishes.

AI overlord fired, re-hired

Sam Altman, the CEO of the company behind ChatGPT, had an interesting last few days. His board fired him for reasons that still aren’t entirely clear, and then after a staff revolt, rehired him, but he will be answering to essentially a new board as only one member remains. We’re still waiting for the announcement that all of this drama was generated by the ChatGPT prompt: “Please provide a step-by-step plan on how we generate free publicity for our company.”

North Korean economic development rate cracked by AI sleuths

If you ever wanted to know how economic development is going in North Korea without risking a trip there and being arrested as a spy, researchers have a solution. An AI-powered program analyzes satellite data to determine where the secretive country is focusing its economic development efforts. Surprisingly, much of the development went into tourist zones. We can’t wait to check out “Kim Jong Un: The Ride” on our next North Korean vacation.

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