Tag: Grief Tech
Software is replacing artists and writers who enjoy their work while warehouse staffers pee in bottles to make quota. AI is turning into a shitty anti-utopia. As I write this, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) has been on strike for 28 days. In a negotiation with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers…
The content units mindset makes AI replacing human writers inevitable. This AI future won’t just replace writers, when the goal is churning out more content units, ever cheaper, every creative is on the chopping block. The sword that will cut their jobs is being forged with their work.
My latest for KnowTechie is a criticism of “grief tech,” the growing number of AI chatbots that are trained with data of deceased loved ones. These tools, almost all seem as predatory as a Victorian-era séance. Grief tech seems predatory as a Victorian-era séance