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Ethan Mollick: How Will AI Change Us?

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Ethan Mollick on the latest episode of Just Asking Questions | Illustration: Lex Villena

"I discovered something remarkably similar to an alien co-intelligence," wrote Ethan Mollick in his new book Co-Intelligence: Living and Working with AI, describing the "sleepless nights" he experienced upon first encountering ChatGPT 3.5 in November 2022.

Mollick, a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and author of the One Useful Thing Substack, has studied, taught, and written about the effects of artificial intelligence on work and education for years. He joined Reason's Zach Weissmueller and Liz Wolfe on the latest episode of Just Asking Questions to discuss the ways in which large language models like ChatGPT and Google Gemini are already transforming the workplace, the classroom, artistic production, and the truth-seeking process itself.

In this episode, they discuss why you should treat your chatbot like a person even though it's not, how AI is "decomposing" jobs, what tools like OpenAI's Sora mean for the future of filmmaking, how to protect one's identity in the age of deepfakes, The New York Times' copyright lawsuit against OpenAI, the prospects for AI "doomsday," and whether regulation of AI is necessary or even possible.

Watch the full conversation on Reason's YouTube channel or on the Just Asking Questions podcast feed on Apple, Spotify, or your preferred podcatcher.

Timecodes:

0:00- Creating a digital clone of yourself
3:21- What exactly is artificial intelligence?
5:40- No one knows why ChatGPT is so good
10:37- Why you should give your AI chatbot a personality
15:03- Microsoft's AI said it was in love with a reporter
22:21- Can AI replace business school?
23:47- How AI has already transformed the workplace
30:02- AI will "decompose" human jobs
35:50- Will AI replace therapists?
40:59- How will AI affect art?
45:05- Do you have a right to your image?
50:02- Why the New York Times is suing OpenAI
57:33- Does AI content lack originality?
1:02:35- Are deep fakes a threat?
1:11:47- Four possible AI-infused futures

Sources referenced in this conversation:

  1. "A Case Study on the Impact of ChatGPT on AI Conference Peer Reviews"

2. New York Times lawsuit against OpenAI

3. New York Times reporter Kevin Roose's conversation with Microsoft's AI

4. "Air Head," a short film by shy kids created with OpenAI's Sora

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Ethan Mollick on the latest episode of Just Asking Questions | Illustration: Lex Villena

"I discovered something remarkably similar to an alien co-intelligence," wrote Ethan Mollick in his new book Co-Intelligence: Living and Working with AI, describing the "sleepless nights" he experienced upon first encountering ChatGPT 3.5 in November 2022.

Mollick, a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and author of the One Useful Thing Substack, has studied, taught, and written about the effects of artificial intelligence on work and education for years. He joined Reason's Zach Weissmueller and Liz Wolfe on the latest episode of Just Asking Questions to discuss the ways in which large language models like ChatGPT and Google Gemini are already transforming the workplace, the classroom, artistic production, and the truth-seeking process itself.

In this episode, they discuss why you should treat your chatbot like a person even though it's not, how AI is "decomposing" jobs, what tools like OpenAI's Sora mean for the future of filmmaking, how to protect one's identity in the age of deepfakes, The New York Times' copyright lawsuit against OpenAI, the prospects for AI "doomsday," and whether regulation of AI is necessary or even possible.

Watch the full conversation on Reason's YouTube channel or on the Just Asking Questions podcast feed on Apple, Spotify, or your preferred podcatcher.

Timecodes:

0:00- Creating a digital clone of yourself
3:21- What exactly is artificial intelligence?
5:40- No one knows why ChatGPT is so good
10:37- Why you should give your AI chatbot a personality
15:03- Microsoft's AI said it was in love with a reporter
22:21- Can AI replace business school?
23:47- How AI has already transformed the workplace
30:02- AI will "decompose" human jobs
35:50- Will AI replace therapists?
40:59- How will AI affect art?
45:05- Do you have a right to your image?
50:02- Why the New York Times is suing OpenAI
57:33- Does AI content lack originality?
1:02:35- Are deep fakes a threat?
1:11:47- Four possible AI-infused futures

Sources referenced in this conversation:

  1. "A Case Study on the Impact of ChatGPT on AI Conference Peer Reviews"

2. New York Times lawsuit against OpenAI

3. New York Times reporter Kevin Roose's conversation with Microsoft's AI

4. "Air Head," a short film by shy kids created with OpenAI's Sora

The post Ethan Mollick: How Will AI Change Us? appeared first on Reason.com.

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