"Zoom's Data Scandal Exposed: Are Your Private Conversations Fueling AI? Shocking Revelations Unveiled!"

– Zoom, a popular videoconferencing company, faces backlash over updated terms and conditions that appeared to allow data collection for AI systems.

– Privacy concerns arise as users' data, including voice, video, and chat, could potentially be used to train AI models.

– Zoom revises its terms of service to reassure users that certain data will not be used for AI training, but concerns remain.

– AI chatbot makers like OpenAI and Google face criticism for using copyrighted content without proper authorization.

– Legal disputes, licensing agreements, and regulatory discussions are expected to increase as AI companies seek data for training language models.

– AI-powered shoe-fitting software, such as Fleet Feet's Fit Engine, uses 3D scans to recommend running shoe sizes based on precise measurements.

– Disney forms a task force to study AI applications for cost-cutting in producing movies and TV shows.

– McKinsey & Co. reports a rise in the use of generative AI tools for business functions and AI becoming a focus for company leaders.

– AI can have negative consequences, including generating harmful content and misinformation, as highlighted by AI Incident Database and Center for Countering Digital Hate.

– AI's potential to misidentify and spread harmful content raises concerns about relying on AI for news and information.

– Typing passwords during video calls can expose users to cyberattacks, as AI can decipher keystrokes based on sound recordings.

– Typing passwords during video calls can expose users to cyberattacks, as AI can decipher keystrokes based on sound recordings.