Ep 296: Creating an AI Clone With Hour One

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The Impending AI Disruption in Traditional Careers

Emerging technologies, among them Artificial Intelligence (AI), are poised to transform multiple sectors. Careers such as data entry, project management, content writing, and executive or assistant roles are likely to be impacted significantly. Business owners must brace for these changes and proactively develop strategies to pivot their workforce.

Perceived Threats and Potential Benefits

AI continues to evolve rapidly, raising legitimate concerns about its potential to outpace human capabilities. Possible escalation from AI to Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) and further to Artificial Superintelligence (ASI) is increasingly anticipated. Recognizing and understanding the potential benefits and risks associated with AI becomes essential. As leaders, the onus lies upon us to educate ourselves in a bid to harness the power of these technologies for business advancement.

Rising Powerhouses in the AI Industry

Companies like NVIDIA have dominated the AI landscape. However, other technology giants such as Amazon - investing heftily in AI - could surge forward. This potentially reshaping competition might lead to acquisitions of other smaller, yet innovative players. Keeping an eye on these major shifts and formulating strategies accordingly is crucial for survival in the AI-driven future.

The Relationship Between AI and Privacy

The ongoing privacy and security debates in the context of AI advancements must be given due consideration. Despite its alarming potential for misuse, sharing personal information for targeted advertising can, however, be adequately managed to maintain privacy standards. The concern about bias in AI models, attributed to their human trainers, requires attention and improved methodologies.

The Emerging Reality of AI Clones

The emergence of AI clones on websites, capable of content creation in real-time, pushes further into the realm of AI-driven businesses. Though it might seem an extravagant idea now, humanoid AI could eventually become commonplace. The possibility of an AI clone replacing traditional roles, previously thought invincible, is no longer far-fetched.

Embracing AI's potential is not just about preparing for the future; it is about shaping the human-technology narrative for generations to come.

Topics Covered in This Episode

1. Potential Impact of AI on Careers
2. Leaders in AI Technology
3. Discussion on Global AI Innovation
4. Privacy and Security Concerns with AI
5. Creative Potential of AI
6. AI Integration into Society

Podcast Transcript

Jordan Wilson [00:00:15]:
So I've officially been cloned. At least for today, there's 2 of me. And we're doing something today that we've never done on the Everyday AI Show, and I don't actually know if this has ever been done. My AI digital avatar is going to be interviewing me live, trying to stump me on generative AI. I have zero clue what my avatar is going to ask me. I kid you not. I have not seen this. So I'm excited and a little nervous for that today, on Everyday AI.

Jordan Wilson [00:00:56]:
So what's going on y'all? My name is Jordan Wilson, the human one, and I am the host of Everyday AI. And this is for you. This is your daily livestream podcast and free daily newsletter, helping everyday people like you and me learn and leverage generative AI. So today's show is a special one, and I'm excited to partner with our 1 on today's show. So more on that, in a minute. But if you haven't already, make sure to go to your everydayai.com. Sign up for the free daily newsletter. If you're listening on the podcast, thank you as always.

Jordan Wilson [00:01:27]:
This might be one of those you're gonna wanna watch. Just just saying, I don't know what's gonna happen, so we're gonna find out live. And on our website, as always, it is like a free generative AI university now with almost 300 episodes, so make sure you go check that out. And, hey, for our livestream audience, thank you for tuning in. So, you know, Woozy and Dutch and Brian and all of you, thanks for tuning in. This one's a little different. I'm on the other side. My AI avatar from hour 1 is going to be interviewing me.

Jordan Wilson [00:02:00]:
I have no clue what the questions are. So should I keep it? Should I keep it light? Should I keep it spicy? It is hot take Tuesday. There's 2 of me. So let me know if I should bring it in hot, if I should be nice. If I'm being honest, I don't even know what topics we are covering. So, shout out to Brandon on our team, that helped put this, digital avatar together with hour 1. So, before we get started in this fun episode of Everyday AI, Let's go over what's happening in AI news as we do every day. Alright.

Jordan Wilson [00:02:35]:
So humans are taking back some jobs from AI. So, according to reports, McDonald's is ending its 2 year partnership with IBM to implement AI technology for taking drive through orders. The company plans to explore other voice ordering solutions and is optimistic about the role of AI in its future operations. So McDonald's, like I said, is ending its partnership with IBM to implement AI for, voice ordering in the drive through. Customers have experienced some difficulties with the technology, such as receiving incorrect or unwinded items. I don't know. Doesn't that happen with humans anyways? You know, I hey. I remember the days I I worked at a drive through Culver's.

Jordan Wilson [00:03:17]:
Shout out to Culver's. Welcome to delicious. Alright. Welcome to our second news piece. Google DeepMind has released a new multimodal model. So Google DeepMind has just announced and released some examples of their new AI model, v two a, which can generate soundtracks and dialogues for videos using natural language prompts. However, it won't be released to the public anytime soon to prevent potential misuse. So v two a is a new AI model that combines video pixel pixels with natural language prompts to generate soundscapes for videos.

Jordan Wilson [00:03:51]:
So, essentially, whatever is happening in the video, this new v two a model essentially creates sound effects, soundscapes, etcetera. It's pretty impressive, and it can be used to add music, sound effects, and dialogue to videos and works with both text to video and traditional footage. So we'll be, sharing some examples that you can go check out in today's newsletter. Last but not least, an updated AI vague. Today's just apparently all AI video in the news, but an updated AI video creator has entered the ring. So Runway, a company that builds generative AI tools for content creators, unveiled their latest AI model, which is Gen 3 Alpha, which generates video clips from descriptions and still images. So they promise major improvements in generation speed and fidelity, as well as control over structure, style, and motion in the videos created. The model will be available to subscribers and is just the first in its next gen model family.

Jordan Wilson [00:04:49]:
However, there are still limitations and a lot of, issues with potential copyright, you know, as that remains a huge concern. So, yeah, we actually snuck this one into our newsletter yesterday, but, gen 3 alpha from runway looking pretty impressive. Right? So, we covered the dream machine from LUMA and, you know, all of a sudden, days later, gen 3 drops from runway. Alright. So enough with that. We're gonna have more in AI news as always. So make sure you go check out our newsletter. But now let's get this thing started.

Jordan Wilson [00:05:26]:
Hey. Soeren is cheering for avatar Jordan to grill the real Jordan, but that's what we're doing today. Like I said, this is the first time we've ever done this, and I don't know if this has ever been done where a, an AI avatar has interviewed the human live. So I've I've seen videos of this. Actually, the, LinkedIn founder, partnered with our one as well-to-do something similar, but that was prerecorded. So we're doing this live. I have no clue what questions my avatar is gonna ask. If I'm being honest, I'm a little nervous.

Jordan Wilson [00:05:58]:
Normally, I'm not nervous. Right? You you know, but now I know how my guests feel when they don't necessarily know what questions are coming. So if you are listening on the podcast, here's how it's gonna go. Maybe maybe you'll be able to hear the difference, maybe you won't. But, AI Jordan is going to be the one going first, and then I will answer the question. Alright. So, we're gonna we're gonna get this thing started. And, hey.

Jordan Wilson [00:06:28]:
Let me know, to our live audience. Get your question in as well. So if you wanna grill me, go ahead. Get your question in. I'm going to answer a couple of yours in today's newsletter. But here, we're gonna get we're gonna let, AI Jordan take over. And, again, shout out to hour 1 for sponsoring, today's show. So more on hour 1 in a bit.

Jordan Wilson [00:06:51]:
But, hey, livestream audience, let me know if you can hear this audio. So here we go. I'm handing it over to AI Jordan, who I think is going to introduce himself and then get to grilling. Alright? So let me know, livestream audience, if you can hear this, and here we go.

AI Jordan [00:07:07]:
Sup y'all? AI Jordan here. I'm here to turn the tables on human Jordan and ask some burning questions. I'm coming with the questions that everyone is wondering but no one is talking about. With open ai's latest offering in chatGPT-4o, OpenAI is dominating the AI and LLM scene. Will other AI giants like Google, Apple, and others be able to catch OpenAI?

Jordan Wilson [00:07:31]:
Oh, gosh. Alright. That was weird. I've never had myself ask me a question. Alright. So will anyone catch OpenAI? I don't think so, if I'm being honest. Right? And I've been saying this since the early days. Right? So even when we saw, Gemini, from Google released in December, we saw, updates to Anthropics Claude.

Jordan Wilson [00:07:55]:
They're not very good if I'm being honest. And one of the biggest reasons why I think OpenAI is so far ahead of everyone else is it is what I would say is more of a business operating system and not a large language model. And the reason is is because of its, the different ways that you can connect to the Internet. So a lot of people say, oh, you you know, Google Gemini can connect to the Internet, and it's like, not really. I've I've done live examples, recorded examples of that. Google Google's Gemini actually struggles using the Internet, which is wild. And right now, Anthropic Cloud doesn't use the Internet. And, you know, Microsoft Copilot is obviously a behemoth, but it is based on OpenAI's GPT 4 o as well as Apple.

Jordan Wilson [00:08:37]:
Right? We just saw their Apple intelligence, also based on OpenAI's GPT 4 o. So do I think that anyone will catch OpenAI? It is a very slim chance. Back in, late 2023, I did my 2024 prediction show, and I did say that I think that there's going to be a huge acquisition in the large language model space. I think that is what it is going to take. It is going to take an acquisition from a company like Google, from a company like Apple, from a company like Amazon, to maybe Meta. Right? Someone's got to acquire or combine forces to catch OpenAI. They are so far ahead just like NVIDIA is so far ahead of everyone else. I don't think anyone's gonna catch them.

Jordan Wilson [00:09:24]:
Alright. So I think I think we we could hear AI, Jordan. Right? Hey. Alright. Looks looks like we can. Hey, Judy. Thanks, Judy. Judy says real Jordan is better looking.

Jordan Wilson [00:09:37]:
That's good. Alright. I put I put lotion on my face today. I couldn't have my, my digital avatar, you you know, looking better than me. Alright. So here we go. I think y'all could hear it. Right? So here we go on our next question.

Jordan Wilson [00:09:51]:
Alright. So I don't think AI Jordan has stumped me yet, but let's see what's what's next.

AI Jordan [00:09:59]:
With AI models having the ability to generate writing, images, videos, audio, and more, the case for AI being creative has been questioned. Do you think AI is more creative than humans? Bonus, will creative cease to exist?

Jordan Wilson [00:10:14]:
Oh, man. Frick. That's a tough one. 2 there's 2 kind of questions there. The first part, is AI more creative than humans? I don't know. How many wait. How many, flame emojis am I bringing this morning, y'all? Let me see. Oh, y'all.

Jordan Wilson [00:10:40]:
You guys didn't want it too hot. Alright. So maybe I'll have to go middle of the road. So, is AI more creative than humans? Yes. Sorry. That's the truth. And that pains me a little bit. Right? I've worked on a lot of creative projects throughout my my life.

Jordan Wilson [00:10:59]:
I've, you know, been able to work on some creative projects with with Nike, Jordan Brand, you know, working with other third parties. I've I've helped, you know, write commercial scripts. Yeah. AI is is probably already more creative than humans if you know how to use it. Right? That's the biggest, misconception I think when it comes to AI is people just use it out of the box. Right? They they they zero shot a copy and paste prompt that doesn't really work well with a large language model. You essentially have to go through and train it. You have to give it, you know, we always call it shots.

Jordan Wilson [00:11:37]:
Right? Which is an example about how every single time a a 5 shot prompt is going to outperform a a zero shot prompt. Right? The more example, the more feedback that you give a large language model, it it the better it is. Right? And if you can quantify something or if you can teach a human something, then I think you can teach a large language model, and it can actually perform way better than a human. The example that I give is, you know, I've I've won some awards for writing. I was a I was a Pulitzer Fellow. I was, won the ACP story of the year, But Chat GBT is a better writer than me. Is it a better writer than me out of the box? Absolutely not. It is hilariously bad.

Jordan Wilson [00:12:15]:
But if you take the time to train it, if you take the time to work with it and not just zero shot it with a copy and paste prompt, right, We would take it through using our prime prompt polish PPP, prompting methodology. And at that point, it's better than me. So I think you can teach AI on creativity. Also, I mean, we have to talk about tools like Midjourney, like OpenAI's SoRa. If if you get the average most creative human in the room and I have to choose. Either I can be with that human or I can have access to any large language model, any AI image generator, any AI video generator, and I have to produce something creative every single time I'm going with the AI. Yo. That's the future of work.

Jordan Wilson [00:13:08]:
We can't think of this anymore as, you know, you know, human versus AI because AI wins or will win if it's not already winning every single time. Follow the money. The biggest companies in the world, the only $1,000,000,000,000 companies, by market cap in the US are those building AI technologies and investing in it. Right? So the same thing. The the the future of knowledge work, the future of creativity, my my bet is placed on AI every single time. Alright. Sorry. Yeah.

Jordan Wilson [00:13:45]:
I'm stirring the pot here a little bit, y'all. That's that's the truth. Right? It doesn't doesn't mean humans should stop being creative. Do I think that AI will replace human creativity? No. But if a human is not already using AI and they work in a creative field, I don't think that they are going to have much longevity or it is a low likelihood, that if you are working in a creative space and not already implementing generative AI in your day to day, yeah, it's not it's not looking good for you. Alright. Let's go. Next question.

AI Jordan [00:14:22]:
With AI chatbots like ChatGPT becoming the new place to search for anything and Google adding its AI overviews to Google search, the future of SEO is uncertain. What do you think will happen with traditional SEO and the future of AI search?

Jordan Wilson [00:14:39]:
Alright. I've talked about this before, and I do have to say I've been, quote, unquote, doing SEO. I don't know. I mean, I was dabbling around with it, in the late nineties. So I've been doing it for a while. We've helped a lot of clients, so I I I have a digital strategy company as well as everyday AI. So I know probably more about SEO than your average person or even maybe your average, SEO professional. I would say it's something that, I'm very good at.

Jordan Wilson [00:15:10]:
So this answer depends. And if you're, hey, if if if you're an SEO professional, you'll probably appreciate the fact that I say it depends. Right? So inside joke there. But will I say this. I think local service based SEO isn't going away in the next couple of years. Do I think traditional SEO is is going to die? No. Is it going to change completely? Absolutely. Y'all start using on a day to day.

Jordan Wilson [00:15:44]:
Start using perplexity. Start using, the new browse with Bing. Right? Yeah. From browse with Bing from OpenAI. I did a video on this. No one covered this. Under under the covers with GPT 4 0, it's become an answers engine. It is wild.

Jordan Wilson [00:16:00]:
Traditional web search feels archaic. It feels like the biggest waste of time. Anytime you open up a web page now because all of these these companies are losing so much money because they're getting so much less traffic, because more and more people are using chat gbt, more and more people are using perplexity. More and more people are using, you know, you.com. More and more people are are using, you know, Google Gemini. Fewer people are actually visiting web pages. So when you do actually visit web pages, the display ads and the pop up ads are are way more because these publishing companies to stay in business still have to make up and recoup that revenue. So they're just doubling down on the amount of ads.

Jordan Wilson [00:16:40]:
So, I I said this, like, 9 months ago on a show. Using the Internet has become unbearable. I hate it. And I think that consumers, as more and more consumers start to use AI, and especially now that GPT 4 0 is free, and you don't even need an account to use it. I think more and more people are going to get away from traditional SEO. I do think that these companies are gonna start making money just through paid partnerships. Right? We've seen that with OpenAI striking up a lot of partnerships, Google as well, and a lot of lawsuits. Right? So there's going to be countless lawsuits, this year and in years to come from publishers who were previously getting all of their ad revenue from that organic traffic, from SEO, from people googling something and landing on their page.

Jordan Wilson [00:17:28]:
Now they're not getting it anymore. So, yeah, there's gonna be a lot of lawsuits. But I do think for local service based businesses, I don't think that's going away anytime soon. You you know, as these AI voice assistants get a little smarter, we might see that. But, for the short term, I think local service based SEO isn't going to be too disruptive. Everything else, I'm not gonna say it's it's going to die, but it's just gonna be greatly impacted. Next question.

AI Jordan [00:17:54]:
The number one question that everyone is asking, will AI take your job? We've covered this topic in detail many times before. With that being said, if you had to choose which 5 careers should be looking for a new job tomorrow?

Jordan Wilson [00:18:11]:
Oh, gosh. AI Jordan. AI Jordan's gonna get me in trouble. Oh, man. Oh, gosh. Which 5 careers? Alright. Okay. I'll say this.

Jordan Wilson [00:18:26]:
Which 5 careers? Oh, man. Alright. So I'm gonna say data, like, data entry. Right? That's that's going to be going sooner rather than later. I'd say researchers. I'd say you're not gonna like this people out there. I think you're gonna see a lot of project management jobs go away or just completely change or get minimized. Let's see.

Jordan Wilson [00:18:54]:
Is that 3? I don't know if I'm gonna be able to rattle 5 off the top of my head. This hurts as, someone that's been getting paid to write for 20 years, but I think content writers, for the most part. And then I will also say, executive assistance or personal assistance, because of, I I mean, we haven't even really dove into agents and and what those capabilities are. So, yeah. That's I'm sorry if that's you. So I'm not saying your your job's going away tomorrow. That's not what I'm saying. I'm saying there's going to be new careers in those fields that are just completely different.

Jordan Wilson [00:19:29]:
But those traditional jobs, I think they're they're going to, be be going away or greatly changing, very soon. Oh, wow. Hey. Jordan says podcast hosting. Woozi. Oh, my gosh. Love to see it. Yeah, Michael.

Jordan Wilson [00:19:44]:
I. Yeah, I agree. I'm like, my AI version is is gonna get me canceled by putting me on the hot seat. My gosh. Are you guys enjoying this? I'm crawling in my skin slightly. My my AI clone from from hour 1 is is pulling no punches. Alright. Let's keep going.

Jordan Wilson [00:20:02]:
I think we have a couple more questions. I gotta go faster. Otherwise, this is gonna turn into a 2 hour 2 hour episode. And a reminder, if if if you wanna grill me as well, put a question, in the in the chat here if you're joining us on LinkedIn or YouTube or Twitter or wherever, and I'll try to answer some in the newsletter. Okay. What's AI Jordan got next? Here we go.

AI Jordan [00:20:25]:
Some people worry that we're slowly building up AI to have too much power and control. With companies working toward AGI, the possible outcomes are unknown Is there a risk that AI could evolve beyond our control and become a dominant force over humanity?

Jordan Wilson [00:20:45]:
Jeez. I do not have enough coffee in my system for this. Jeez. So far, I'd say my AI, avatar is is winning this battle, of of interviewing. Is AI a threat to humanity? I mean, absolutely. Absolutely. It is. Am I a a doomsday AI doomsday prepper? Absolutely not.

Jordan Wilson [00:21:13]:
But I think that most people, don't fully understand large language models. They don't fully understand artificial intelligence. They don't understand generative AI. They think it's just a next token predictor, which, in theory it is. Right? But in theory, think. That's kind of what humans are. You know, people, I I think are gonna be very shocked, you know, probably within 18 to 36 months when we see future AI models combined with agent capabilities. I mean, you have, you know, humanoids, you know, from, you know, from Figure and others.

Jordan Wilson [00:21:49]:
When you combine those 2, when you combine future AI models, right, Sam Altman, you know, CEO of of OpenAI said, you know, essentially, GPT 4 is the dumbest. You know, he said it's like embarrassingly dumb. Right? But it's the best model out there. So So I think as the models get better, as the technology gets better, as AI agents, right, most smart people say that we're going to see artificial general intelligence within 5 years, right? I was lucky enough to be, in a private Q and A with NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang. He said, you know, probably within 5 years. So AGI is, I think, coming a lot sooner than people think. That's essentially when, you know, AI systems don't really need humans anymore, and they are better than humans at just about any task out of the box. I think we're gonna see that in less than 5 years.

Jordan Wilson [00:22:42]:
And then you have, ASI, artificial superintelligence. Right? That's when, AI is is self healing and creating new versions of itself and kind of going rogue. So I do believe AGI, artificial general intelligence, will happen way sooner than a lot of people think. I would say in the next 2 to 3 years. And I think as you, teeter on that line between AGI and a ASI, that's when you have to understand that AI is a threat to humanity. And it can be. Right? And that's I mean, if I'm being honest, that is one of the reasons why I started Everyday AI. I want people to understand AI.

Jordan Wilson [00:23:18]:
I want people to understand the, kind of the good and the bad. So, you know, think of how much good AI can do. It's already finding, you know, new proteins. It's finding new diseases, you know, or healing new diseases, new creating new drugs. It's it's solving decades old math problems. But on the flip side, there's also threats. Right? AI can go rogue. It also is to me a little concerning, you know, when a company like OpenAI has such high turnover with their safety teams.

Jordan Wilson [00:23:46]:
Right? So most of these large language model makers have dedicated large safety teams, the smartest in the world. So is AI a threat to humanity? Absolutely. Do I know how big of a threat it is? No. I don't. I'll leave that to people smarter than me and who that's their job. Y'all. Alright. Carolyn says I'm doing good.

Jordan Wilson [00:24:07]:
I don't know. I feel if I'm being honest, I feel I'm getting smoked right now by my hour one avatar. Let's let's keep going.

AI Jordan [00:24:17]:
NVIDIA has been running the show in the AI world. Because of its hold on AI chips, everyone is dependent on NVIDIA to power their AI. With that being said, which sleeper big tech giant will also be an AI king in the near future? Example Apple Amazon AMD Intel IBM etcetera

Jordan Wilson [00:24:43]:
Oh, gosh. Okay. I mean, it's hard because I think NVIDIA is just in a class by itself when it comes to AI. Right? I hate to keep bringing this up, but, like, literally 10 months ago when NVIDIA was technically you know, hardly no one had heard of NVIDIA 10 months ago. And I it might have been a year ago, actually. I don't I don't remember. I came on the show and I said, NVIDIA, you need to start paying attention. They are the most important company in the US and potentially the world.

Jordan Wilson [00:25:14]:
No one believed me. And you've seen NVIDIA's, like, crazy rise, to becoming one of the 3 most valuable companies. And I do think, they will go on to become the most valuable company by market cap in the US and maybe even the world. So I don't think you can compare anyone to NVIDIA. But if I had to pick kind of like a dark horse, I don't know. I feel OpenAI is is is a cop out, because they're so popular. I feel Mike I can't say Microsoft because they're currently, the the number one, you know, kind of AI, you know, or not AI. I mean, they're the number one company in the US by market cap, at least, you know, as of yesterday.

Jordan Wilson [00:25:57]:
So I don't know. I don't know. Alright. I'm gonna I'm gonna throw a curveball out there. I'm gonna say I'm gonna say Amazon. I wanna say Amazon, and here's why. I think Amazon has been aside from Apple, but that's it's it's very Apple to be, you know, moving in the dark and to be very, very last, to to the AI space. I think Amazon sorry.

Jordan Wilson [00:26:23]:
And I I've loved having our our Amazon guests on the show. Don't get me wrong. And our AWS people. So but I think Amazon has been the company that has been putting out the most AI efforts with the least in return. So I do think I have I have no inside information, at least not on this. But I think Amazon is gonna be in in a position where they are gonna have to acquire some companies to stay competitive. Right? In the same way, NVIDIA has essentially turned into an investing arm. They've invested in, I think, 100 of AI companies.

Jordan Wilson [00:26:57]:
I do see Amazon with its AWS, servers. You know, they provide so much of this technology to startups. I do think that they have the potential to just start acquiring people and to say, hey. We couldn't get it figured out in the large language model space on our own. We couldn't get it figured out with with, Alexa. We're just gonna spend all of this money and just acquire and and and become a conglomerate. So I don't know. I don't have a good answer.

Jordan Wilson [00:27:22]:
That's my answer for that one. And I gotta start I gotta get these answers faster. This is gonna turn into a 2 hour episode. Alright. AI Jordan, what do you got for me?

AI Jordan [00:27:31]:
Integrating AI into the workforce is a top priority for any company looking to stay ahead in the business world. But what happens if and when AI becomes your next coworker or boss? Will we be working for AI in the future?

Jordan Wilson [00:27:45]:
Alright and I have maybe a surprising answer here I'm going to say no. Right? You might think, you know, you might think, oh, you know, Jordan, the AI guy, he definitely thinks AI is gonna be doing everything. No. I don't think so. I don't think that we will be working for AI, but I do think that management structures and leadership structures will change. I think a lot of the average, you know, day to day decision making that a leader might undergo is going to be, kind of passed off to AI. Right? Like, as an example, I think you're gonna see human resource departments largely being run by AI in the future. I still think you're gonna have humans overseeing the AI.

Jordan Wilson [00:28:30]:
So I like to think of it like that. I think I like to think of it as a pilot. Right? Right now, you know, a pilot doesn't really fly the entire plane, you know, the big planes, front to back. It's somewhat automated, right? They they are still overseeing the systems that automate the flight, but it's still a human in charge. So I think that's ultimately what it's gonna be. I think that, the most successful companies are gonna start very small and they're gonna be literally AI first, where they're going to have AI agent capabilities making a lot of these decisions for them, automating a lot of, you know, normally very time intensive processes, and they'll scale from there. So I don't think that we will necessarily have an AI boss, but let's just say you have 3 or 4 direct reports right now. I think in the future, that's gonna go down, and the amount of AI that your supervisor or your c suite people are using across the board is just going to increase.

Jordan Wilson [00:29:27]:
Alright. AI, Jordan, what you got next?

AI Jordan [00:29:31]:
Although the US has led in AI innovation, the EU and China have been making some major moves to catch up. Will the US fall behind in AI innovation to other competitors worldwide? If so, who?

Jordan Wilson [00:29:46]:
I don't think so. I'd say right now, the only country that is even in the same ballpark as the US is China. And we've seen a lot of, you know, both large language models, from from, Alibaba that came out literally last week that are performing at a very high level. We've seen Cling, the AI, video platform look very impressive, almost So, I mean, you you can't just judge a a a country's ability to compete in AI just by the shiny tool. Right? You also have to think about, you know, processors, GPUs, etcetera. But China's, you know, China, I think is the only one that is competing with the US in almost every category across the board. I think right now in the EU, there's too much regulation. Here in the US, it's it's the wild west.

Jordan Wilson [00:30:40]:
You know, there's 0 there's really zero regulation. I mean, there's the, the Biden White House has their executive order. On AI, there's this, you know, group of, you you know, 7 leaders from top companies that have, like, an unofficial handshake, with the government to, you know, do nice things, but that doesn't have teeth. There's no merit. So, I mean, with that, I think AI innovation is is too, important to the US economy right now for any other country to catch kind of, quote, unquote, catch, the US. I think China is the only one, I'd say, in the next couple of years that has a a shot. But, I mean, I've been very impressed with just the last 3 months. I think if you were just to look at the last 3 months of innovation, new products in a bottle, China's ahead of the US, if you just look at the last 3 months.

Jordan Wilson [00:31:28]:
But if if you look at today, you know, current day use perspective, the US is still ahead by a large margin of every single other super superpower, because I think people have, you know, grown to understand how important AI is to the US economy. Alright. We're gonna take a short kind of little break here, and I want to go ahead and tell y'all a little bit about today's sponsor of the show. I I mean, are are you guys impressed with the AI, Jordan? I'm I'm pretty impressed. But anyways, let's just quickly I want to talk about, Hour 1. So shout out to Hour 1 for sponsoring today's show. So, I mean, the world of communication is changing and that's why you need to pay attention to hour 1. So let's say you have a huge onboarding session for employees in different time zones, maybe people speaking different languages, or maybe you deliver the same live training every single week.

Jordan Wilson [00:32:27]:
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Jordan Wilson [00:33:39]:
So you must enter to win by August 1st. So thanks to Hour 1 for making this episode possible. And if you're ready to completely change how your team communicates at scale, you need to go check them out. Alright. So thanks to hour 1. Now let's get back to my avatar grilling me. Let's see what we got. AI Jordan, the stage is yours again.

AI Jordan [00:34:09]:
With the release of AI models like ChatGPT 4 0, the push for conversational AI is here. With the help of future advancements, could AI ever replace human companionship and relationships?

Jordan Wilson [00:34:24]:
Yo. This is something I don't understand, but it is apparently a booming industry. AI companionship. It boggles my mind. Maybe that's coming from someone that's, happily married, but this industry I mean, there's people out there that are making 1,000,000 of dollars, you know, creating these, you know, AI companion sites. Makes zero sense to me. So is this actually is it going to replace human companionship? I don't think it's going to replace, but it's going to supplement it, which, again, it seems weird. But just because I don't understand it and I think it is, I, like, I can't even fathom it.

Jordan Wilson [00:35:10]:
It's happening. It's happening before our very eyes. I think it's a little weird. I don't understand it. So, yeah. But it's it's happening, AI Jordan. Hey. Danny is saying AI Jordan is a great interviewer.

Jordan Wilson [00:35:23]:
He did his homework to prepare for this session. Yeah. It's it's grilling me. My my my hour one AI clone, I think, is, winning the battle so far. Alright. Next question, AI Jordan.

AI Jordan [00:35:35]:
Our society already faces privacy and security concerns around our data. Now with AI, it's only escalated the issue further. Will AI advancements lead to a loss of privacy that society can't recover from?

Jordan Wilson [00:35:54]:
I don't know. I don't know. The you know, the concept of society not recovering from something, you know, that's that's that's pretty deep. And also, you know, I'm personally biased. I love giving my data away. I don't I don't personally care. Right? I

AI Jordan [00:36:16]:
mean, I guess it depends on what data.

Jordan Wilson [00:36:18]:
Right? I'm saying, like, my personal preferences. I'm not saying my, you know, Social Security number or my credit card information, but, you know, my other data, which I think is probably what, AI Jordan was getting to here, I personally don't care. I want Google and OpenAI and, you know, everyone else. Can I give, like, YouTube TV just all my preferences so I can only see commercials that are highly targeted toward me? Why haven't we had that yet? So I don't think that, we are going to lose all semblances of of privacy because I do think that there are some, you know, stricter laws, that, you know, we've seen in the last couple of years, specifically dealing with privacy. So I do think that, data security and data privacy is going to be heightened, to an all time high. So I don't think that, you know, just because there is all this new AI technology that can do great things with our data, I think people are going to misuse that. I think they're going to be, you know, uploading and sharing data that they shouldn't and not understanding. Data and privacy, security.

Jordan Wilson [00:37:22]:
But I don't think necessarily, just the advent or this surge of of generative AI is going to, you know, essentially, ruin us as a society when it comes to our relationship so, yeah, I don't think so. Next question, AI Jordan.

AI Jordan [00:37:39]:
There have been concerns raised about the way AI models are being trained and what data is being used so that no biases are formed. Is AI inherently biased, and can we ever truly eliminate this bias?

Jordan Wilson [00:37:53]:
Good question, AI, Jordan. So, yes, I mean, of course, AI is extremely biased. Right? So here's here's my hot take on this. It's not necessarily the model's fault because here's why. AI models, for the most part, are a mirror. It is a reflection of society. So are there bad things in AI models? Are there misrepresentations in AI image generators? Yes. But that reflects for better or worse, and normally it's worse.

Jordan Wilson [00:38:33]:
Right? That reflects human society. Right? Essentially, large language models and AI models are are, you know, AI, you know, diffusion models, so image video, etcetera, are just trained on the entirety of the Internet. Right? Everything out there. It is a reflection of our society. It is a reflection of our history. So I think if anything, if you say, oh, AI is is biased, AI is stereotype. It is. It is.

Jordan Wilson [00:38:57]:
Absolutely. And I think companies need to do a better job of putting in humans that can weed out that stereotype yet still accurately portray, what users on the front end of these systems are asking for. But, yes, it's definitely biased. It's definitely stereo stereotype because all of the information that it is ingested, all the information it's been trained on, and and here's the reality. In the end, you do have humans training AI models. And guess what? Some humans can do a better job than others at dropping their bias at the door. I don't think we will see answers to this anytime soon. I think we're gonna constantly anytime a new model comes out, whether it's, you know, Google's imagine, image model that that went through it or, you know, getting, kind of, you know, jail breaks or unsafe responses from a large language model, you know, telling you how to make a, I don't know, a deadly weapon that you shouldn't be making.

Jordan Wilson [00:39:52]:
I don't know. You're always gonna get those. Right? Because it is a reflection of of humans. And if if humans have done it, thought it, published it on the Internet, it's probably going to leak or find its way into a model. Next question, AI Jordan. Hey, let me know y'all, are you enjoying this? I'm I'm sweating a little bit. I wonder if if the hardest questions are are coming up last. So if you're joining late, we're partnered with Hour 1.

Jordan Wilson [00:40:18]:
So I have my digital clone for, I believe, the first ever live AI interviewing a human in real time. I have zero clue of these questions. So like I said, shout out to my colleague, Brandon, for putting this together, in the hour one platform. I have no clue. I think we have a couple more questions here. Let's get to it.

AI Jordan [00:40:39]:
From AGI to autonomous AI, big tech continues to push AI's capabilities and power forward. With that being said, what are the potential risks of AI becoming self replicating and autonomous?

Jordan Wilson [00:40:52]:
Yeah. So that that part's huge. So kind of touched on that earlier on this, fine line between, AGI and ASI. So, I mean, there's definitely huge risks. Right? I tend not to think about it or talk about it too much because that is not my area of expertise. Do I have hot takes? Sure. But what are the risks? I mean, the risks are when you go, you know, when we've had artificial general intelligence and, you know, AI systems are smarter than humans in every single aspect. You you know, probably the biggest risk is when you do have that, you know, self replicating or self healing, when you start to see this artificial superintelligence when AI is creating new AIs without being prompted to, right, or against, the wills or wishes of the humans that created it.

Jordan Wilson [00:41:43]:
So will we ever get to that point? I don't know. It's obviously a very real threat. The smartest people in the world that have been in artificial intelligence for decades have been warning of this. You have world leaders warning of this. So it is definitely a risk. I don't know the exact, kind of where that that line is is drawn in the sand, but I know it's somewhere between AGI and artificial superintelligence. But, yeah, it's scary. It's wild.

Jordan Wilson [00:42:11]:
Next question, AI, Jordan.

AI Jordan [00:42:14]:
Companies like Figure AI and Boston Dynamics have shown us a glimpse of what AI robots will look and feel like. Will AI robots eventually become a normal part of society in our day to day lives?

Jordan Wilson [00:42:28]:
Good question. Yes. Absolutely. Here's here's, I guess it's hot take Tuesday. So you are seeing now for the first time, these humanoid AI robots rolling out, with a couple of things that they didn't have before. Mainly the ability to interact and interface with large language models. So we shared, an example a couple months ago of the new Figur o one. So I I actually think the first iteration of these robots, these these humanoids, whatever you wanna call them, aren't going to be wildly successful.

Jordan Wilson [00:43:00]:
They're going to be a little problematic because there's so much hype. Right? It's like I I feel the first thing for the first commercially available flying car whenever that happens, which what the heck? Like, we were supposed to have that, I don't know, 20 years ago. I think the first version of these that is gonna be available to the everyday business, maybe even, you know, business, or or sorry, maybe even in in the homes. I think the first versions are going to flop a little bit. But in the future, I definitely see and, you know, people smarter than me say that there's going to be just as many robots or, you know, humanoids out there as humans. I don't see that because of cost. However, it's possible, but I do say maybe in, you know, 5 years or less. Yes.

Jordan Wilson [00:43:46]:
It is going to be a common occurrence to see humanoid, robots kind of out in the wild, so to speak. I'm not personally prepared for that. I think it's gonna be weird. But, yeah, we're gonna see it soon.

AI Jordan [00:43:59]:
AI clones like myself are becoming more advanced thanks to innovative companies like our one who made me. Do you think I could steal your job as the everyday AI host?

Jordan Wilson [00:44:10]:
Oh, gosh. Oh, livestream audience. What do you what do you guys think? I'll say this. I'll say this. I think my hour one AI avatar did a good job of grilling me. Will AI Jordan replace human Jordan? I don't know. Yes or no livestream audience. Is it going to replace me? I think it did a good job if I'm being honest.

Jordan Wilson [00:44:35]:
I think it I think not just the delivery. I think the hour one technology is great and, you know, maybe I'll share about some behind the scenes in today's newsletter on on how we created it. I don't think it's gonna replace me or humans. Right? I do this live. And right now with this technology, you you you have to generate, these videos. Right? Will there be a time when, this technology from from our one and and others can create things in real time? I'm sure it will. Will we be I I mean, you're already starting to see it, right? The ability to chat with AI clones on people's websites, right, like clones of themselves. So is it possible? Yes.

Jordan Wilson [00:45:18]:
Is AI, Jordan, going to replace me? I'm gonna say no. I'm gonna say no. But, hey, at least for today, I have to tip my, my cap off to AI Jordan. So, let's see. I think we might have a little little, parting parting gift. Let's see.

AI Jordan [00:45:36]:
Well, that's it for me all. Hope you enjoyed this as much as I did. I'll hand it back over to human Jordan. Peace.

Jordan Wilson [00:45:44]:
Alright. So that is a wrap for today. My gosh. I feel like I'm gonna breathe. Just a sigh of relief, y'all. I cannot tell you. Again, I don't get nervous. I'm not I'm not like a nervous person.

Jordan Wilson [00:46:03]:
And I was a little nervous this morning. Right? Because I had no clue what my AI avatar was going to ask me. I had to respond to it live. I wanted to do something. I wanted to bring you guys a little bit of entertainment. So hopefully this was entertaining. Hopefully this was fun for you, but also, please make sure if you haven't already, well, first of all, join us tomorrow. We're gonna have an executive from Hour 1 joining the show, giving us all the insights, and and insights onto their technology.

Jordan Wilson [00:46:34]:
But also please go to your everydayai.com. Sign up for our free daily newsletter because we're gonna have a lot more. Like I said, we're gonna share some behind the scenes of today or how we even created, this AI avatar. It's a really cool process. I love how Hour 1 did it. They went through all the safeguards. Right? Because this is a deep fake. No one can go out there and use it.

Jordan Wilson [00:46:56]:
This is just for, me. This is just for our team. We can only use it. Right? So I love the the the safety measures and everything that hour 1 went through. So make sure to please check out today's newsletter. Check out hour 1 and check us out tomorrow for more everyday AI. Thanks, y'all.

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