AI and You: ChatGPT's 'Novelty' May Be Wearing Off, No Programmers in 5 Years

– Emad Mostaque, founder of Stability AI, predicts that there will be "no programmers in five years," stating that much of the work programmers do can already be done by AI engines.

– Chatbots like ChatGPT are transforming classrooms and educators are exploring positive ways to integrate AI technology into teaching.

– The US Department of Education released a report on AI and the future of teaching and learning, highlighting the potential benefits and risks of AI in education.

– OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, is facing legal challenges, including a class-action lawsuit in California over copyright and privacy violations. Two authors are also suing OpenAI for allegedly infringing on authors' copyrights.

– Monthly traffic to ChatGPT's website declined in June, suggesting that the novelty of the AI chatbot may be wearing off for some users.

– Google's DeepMind is working on a new large language model called Gemini, which aims to combine the strengths of AlphaGo-type systems with powerful language capabilities.

AI-generated movie trailers, such as a Wes Anderson-inspired trailer for Star Wars, have gained popularity

– However, there are concerns about AI taking away creative opportunities from humans and the ethical implications of using actors' voices without permission.