Since their previous episode about AI (episode 2), the conversation around AI has exploded and gone viral. Dall-e mini memes proliferated everywhere utilizing Dall-E mini now known as Craiyon, a text prompt AI image generator. An artist utilizing AI won first place in an art context, and the New York Times wrote about it. With that has also come skepticism, criticism, and fear regarding AI.

William Wiebe is an artist and researcher whose work deals with machine perception, and created a project called SMPLverse which utilizes a synthetic data set created by Microsoft to train face tracking algorithms to translate facial expressions into the VR experiences. When connecting your wallet, you are prompted to take an image of yourself which is matched to one of the images in the dataset.

Vivian revisits unused audio from David Young, artist and guest in JPEG2000’s first episode on AI. David shares his concerns about bias issues with machine learning.

This leads to a conversation where Noah discusses his thoughts about the ethics of AI and references an article. Noah and Vivian have a back and forth on the subject…

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