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#201 2023-09-15 13:55:19

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Musk, Zuckerberg visit US congress to discuss AI

https://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Musk … I_999.html

Tech leaders hold closed-door meeting with lawmakers on artificial intelligence

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ux2xtKgp0JM

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#202 2023-09-23 13:00:15

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Machine Learning Algorithms Can Find Anomalous Needles in Cosmic Haystacks
https://www.universetoday.com/163350/ma … haystacks/
The face of astronomy is changing. Though narrow-field point-and-shoot astronomy still matters (JWST anyone?), large wide-field surveys promise to be the powerhouses of discovery in the coming decades, especially with the advent of machine learning.
A recently developed machine learning program, called ASTRONOMALY, scanned nearly four million galaxy images from the Dark Energy Camera Legacy Survey (DECaLS), discovering 1635 anomalies including 18 previously unidentified sources with “highly unusual morphology.” It is a sign of things to come: a partnership between humans and software that can do better observational science than either could do on their own

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#203 2023-10-05 17:44:39

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Just a video on when it thinks we are the virus
https://youtu.be/HLdtOuz-raM?si=k9EIKZaYvUob8IAq

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#204 2023-10-10 17:41:03

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#205 2023-10-30 06:08:55

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Biden wants to move fast on AI safeguards and will sign an executive order to address his concerns

https://apnews.com/article/biden-ai-art … c029005059

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#206 2023-11-24 04:32:30

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India wants to ban fake AI content?

https://techcrunch.com/2023/11/22/india … -concerns/

Some fake images or videos of a famous Indian actress seems to have been used in some kind of scam.

Deepfake alarm: AI’s shadow looms over entertainment industry after Rashmika Mandanna speaks out
https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/ … 565970.ece
Deepfake controversy involving Indian celebrities highlights the urgent need for AI regulations and safeguards

Rashmika Mandanna’s deepfake: Regulate AI, don’t ban it
https://indianexpress.com/article/opini … t-9017666/
A holistic approach to the regulation of deepfakes

Deepfake has become a great concern, can create problems: PM
https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/ne … 543795.ece

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#207 2023-11-25 20:41:10

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Chess seems to be an easy game for current AI, so how would the machine do against current champions and who is teaching who at this stage?
Deep Blue a chess-playing expert system run on a unique purpose-built IBM supercomputer. It was the first computer to win a game, and the first to win a match, against a reigning world champion under regular time controls. In 1985 at Carnegie Mellon University it begins under the name ChipTest, then moved to IBM, where it was first renamed Deep Thought, then again in 1989 to Deep Blue.

The Evolution of Chess AI
https://builtin.com/artificial-intelligence/chess-ai
Advancements in artificial intelligence and deep learning have led to the rapid development of chess engines. What does the future for chess and AI hold?

Google's self-learning AI AlphaZero masters chess in 4 hours
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g9SlVdv1PY

Ding Liren becomes China's first male world chess champion
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-65445948
Ding Liren has become China's first men's world chess champion, after defeating Russia's Ian Nepomniachtchi.

Explained Simply: How an AI program mastered the ancient game of Go
https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/expla … 8940a9080/

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#208 2023-12-03 07:15:07

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You put in some kind of inputs, give the Artificial Artist instruction to make a certain type of painting or song...yet AI art cannot be copyrighted but does anyone 'own' it?

If it’s AI, is it art?
https://www.cpr.org/2023/11/29/is-ai-art/

Stability AI audio head resigns over company’s copyright stance
https://www.siliconrepublic.com/machine … -copyright

AI art not a ‘replacer’ but an ‘enabler’: ‘No point being a Luddite in an era of innovation’
https://indianexpress.com/article/lifes … y-9045744/

How AI is impacting the music industry
https://www.thepostathens.com/article/2 … telligence

A New AI Can Write Music as Well as a Human Composer
https://futurism.com/a-new-ai-can-write … n-composer

They have created an AI called “Aiva”

YouTube Trials AI Tool That Clones Voices of Famous Singers
https://www.ibtimes.co.uk/youtube-trial … rs-1721656

Unauthorized AI-generated music sparks copyright debates
https://www.koreaherald.com/common/news … 1105000092

AI Art is No Evil Boogeyman, but a Tool
https://unewsonline.com/2023/11/ai-art- … ut-a-tool/

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#209 2023-12-11 17:28:54

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Artificial Intelligence and NASA's First Robotic Lunar Rover

https://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Arti … r_999.html

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#210 2024-01-18 15:17:26

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Machine Learning Could Find all the Martian Caves We Could Ever Want
https://www.universetoday.com/165270/ma … ever-want/
The surface of Mars is hostile and unforgiving. But put a few meters of regolith between you and the Martian sky, and the place becomes a little more habitable. Cave entrances from collapsed lava tubes could be some of the most interesting places to explore on Mars, since not only would they provide shelter for future human explorers, but they could also be a great place to find biosignatures of microbial life on Mars.
But cave entrances are difficult to spot, especially from orbit, as they blend in with the dusty background. A new machine learning algorithm has been developed to quickly scan images of the Martian surface, searching for potential cave entrances.

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#211 2024-01-23 08:21:03

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#212 2024-03-30 05:09:39

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ESA to build digital Chat assistant powered by EO data

https://www.spacedaily.com/reports/ESA_ … a_999.html

The bot to chat and assist, European Space Agency (ESA), in collaboration with technology partners

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#213 2024-04-12 14:00:59

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A congressman wanted to understand AI. So he went back to a college classroom to learn
https://apnews.com/article/ai-congress- … 43bfee6e62


idioms and slang?

'Is ChatGPT Able to Translate Languages?'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssHjO_NsoDs


Samsung Galaxy AI Update Adds Support for More Languages and Dialects
https://www.gadgets360.com/ai/news/sams … ed-5420626

How a Greenlandic publisher uses its own AI translator to boost subscriptions
https://www.journalism.co.uk/news/how-g … /a1131511/

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#214 2024-04-21 07:14:33

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new standards

Chinese and US firms collaborate on first global generative AI standards
https://www.scmp.com/tech/big-tech/arti … erative-ai
China’s Ant Group, Baidu and Tencent Holdings have joined forces with leading global tech companies including OpenAI, Microsoft and Nvidia to publish two international standards on generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) and large language models (LLMs).

for know predicting the future in controlled events
when Playing Cards, Kicking a Football or Checkers, also known as draughts or 'Chess'

MIT’s New AI Model Predicts Human Behavior With Uncanny Accuracy
https://scitechdaily.com/mits-new-ai-mo … -accuracy/

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#215 2024-05-02 16:35:31

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What Can AI Learn About the Universe?

https://www.universetoday.com/166693/wh … -universe/

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have become ubiquitous, with applications ranging from data analysis, cybersecurity, pharmaceutical development, music composition, and artistic renderings. In recent years, large language models (LLMs) have also emerged, adding human interaction and writing to the long list of applications. This includes ChatGPT, an LLM that has had a profound impact since it was introduced less than two years ago. This application has sparked considerable debate (and controversy) about AI’s potential uses and implications.

Astronomy has also benefitted immensely, where machine learning is used to sort through massive volumes of data to look for signs of planetary transits, correct for atmospheric interference, and find patterns in the noise. According to an international team of astrophysicists, this may just be the beginning of what AI could do for astronomy. In a recent study, the team fine-tuned a Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT) model using observations of astronomical objects. In the process, they successfully demonstrated that GPT models can effectively assist with scientific research.

The study was conducted by the International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics Network (ICRANet), an international consortium made up of researchers from the International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics (ICRA), the National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF), the University of Science and Technology of China, the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of High Energy Physics (CAS-IHEP), the University of Padova, the Isfahan University of Technology, and the University of Ferrera. The preprint of their paper, “Test of Fine-Tuning GPT by Astrophysical Data,” recently appeared online.

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#216 2024-05-05 11:03:15

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more on artificial intelligence astronomy

Scientists using Google Cloud discover new asteroids that could wipe out entire cities
https://www.euronews.com/next/2024/05/0 … ire-cities
The discovery shows how old data and artificial intelligence (AI) can might play a crucial role in the future.

Putting the 'art' in artificial intelligence
https://www.datacenterdynamics.com/en/a … elligence/


Tahliah Debrett Barnett known professionally as FKA Twigs, genres including electronic music, R&B, pop

FKA twigs reveals she developed her own deepfake as she delivers passionate letter on AI to US senate
https://uk.news.yahoo.com/fka-twigs-rev … 20177.html
British musician FKA twigs submitted an impassioned letter advocating for the regulation of AI


Art/Dance

'Directed and animated by City of Pyramids'

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYiDPlrGXl4


A robot voice advertising something that sounds like silly electro pop?

The Symphony of AI: Unveiling the Future of Music
https://rumble.com/v4ta85r-the-symphony … music.html

Something a bit more impressive?


TwoSetViolin - Can You Tell the Difference between AI and Human Composers?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmL31mVx0XA


'90s Sitcom according to AI'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0Aath50J1g&t=55s
created using Midjourney and Runway

Real life Simpsons

Everything in this video was generated by Artificial Intelligence.
https://www.bitchute.com/video/n08SnToSdwIG/

Joe Rogan: "I Wasn't Afraid of AI Until I Learned This"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yd18z6iSyk

Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin are the co-founders of the Center for Humane Technology and the hosts of its podcast, "Your Undivided Attention."

Warren Buffett warns of AI risks: A "genie that scares the hell out of me"
https://www.axios.com/2024/05/04/warren … meeting-ai

Sam Altman says the 10 most powerful AI systems in the world should have the equivalent of weapons inspectors
https://twitter.com/tsarnick/status/1786585603666285047

US official urges China, Russia to declare only humans, not AI, control nuclear weapons
https://www.reuters.com/world/us-offici … 024-05-02/

AI in space: Karpathy suggests AI chatbots as interstellar messengers to alien civilizations
https://arstechnica.com/information-tec … lizations/

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#217 2024-05-24 20:05:18

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We have several engineers in the NewMars membership.

The article at the link below (from interestingengineering.com) is about using AI to improve machine design. This is an area I was hoping ChatGPT might be able to help with, but it is not a good match for the precision required.  It does a decent job helping with Blender, in the sense that it understands how to use the tool, but it seems dependent upon the human partner to create designs.

The gent interviewed in this article has been working on development of AI tools to help with advanced machine design, and I get the impression he's made some progress.  The Large Ship could benefit from some AI engineering tools.

https://interestingengineering.com/inno … telligence

Using machine learning to make new machines
The main thrust of Monumo’s work is to combine physics and engineering knowledge with machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to build a computer model that can help sketch out new models for machines. The idea is that, with enough data and training, such a model could conceivably be used to make novel designs never dreamed up before.

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Gemini is the latest name for Google's AI assistant ...

An email arrived today, announcing new features added to Gemini. Among those is increased numbers of tokens so more complex tasks can be undertaken, such as reading a pdf and offering advice about the contents.  I'm not planning to investigate, because I am happy with ChatGPT4o, and don't need distraction.  On the other hand, there may a NewMars member or reader who would be interested in trying some of the new features. There is (I gather) a free trial.

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#219 2024-05-26 07:57:49

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AI can’t beat my composite sketches, says record-breaking police artist
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2024/ … sic-artist

How Police Sketches Work
https://people.howstuffworks.com/police-sketch.htm
'But no matter how fine-tuned the police sketch methodology, the most crucial component of an accurate facial composite is an eye witness' memory.'

Before forensic artists can begin composing police sketches, they obviously need an idea of what their subjects look like. For that reason, the eyewitness interview is the most important step in the police sketch process. Officers or artists doing the questioning need to understand what to ask and how to approach interviewees to cull the most accurate information, since the human memory for faces can be easily fooled. Often, people have a difficult time recalling specific facial features, and the more time that lapses between a crime and the police sketch interview, the fuzzier those memories become

Humans talk to another human artist
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnshnG_0hWk
'Police Sketch Artist Draws Celebrities Based on Description Only'

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#220 2024-05-28 07:02:41

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There was a rise in Chatbot passing as 'human' maybe starting in the years 2016-2017 but now they can easily fool humans but also interact and help solve problems

How many interacted with this online bot artifically playing the role as a person during the Corona virus event Covid lockdowns

when Musk took over twitter he purged lots of bots from the social media platform

perhaps the data of humans interacting with social media bots that were good at mimicry of human traits is still out there.

The robot might be physical and Humanoid to help a person on some isolated outpost


Could AI-powered Robot “Companions” Combat Human Loneliness?
https://today.duke.edu/2023/07/could-ai … loneliness
Companion robots may help socially isolated people avoid the health risks of being alone

Early detection of depression using a conversational AI bot: A non-clinical trial
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9897524/

Revisiting the idea of whether AI might help those dealing with isolation, depression
https://www.npr.org/2023/01/19/11499242 … ion-depres

The need for mental health care far exceeds the supply of therapists. Could AI technology help bridge the gap ethically and safely?

Solitary confinement a form of imprisonment


COVID precautions put more prisoners in isolation. It can mean long-term health woes
https://www.npr.org/sections/health-sho … ner-health
"Solitary forces prisoners to live in a world without people," he said. "And they adapt to it."
Research has long shown that solitary confinement — isolating prisoners for weeks, months, years and sometimes decades — has devastating effects on their physical and mental health. Once released, either to the general prison population or to the outside world, they can face a suite of problems, like heart damage and depression. They're often hypersensitive to light, sound, smell or touch.


Social consequences of using AI in conversations
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2 … 112130.htm
However, in addition to greater efficiency and positivity, the group found that when participants think their partner is using more AI-suggested responses, they perceive that partner as less cooperative, and feel less affiliation toward them.


"I was surprised to find that people tend to evaluate you more negatively simply because they suspect that you're using AI to help you compose text, regardless of whether you actually are," said Jess Hohenstein, lead author and postdoctoral researcher. "This illustrates the persistent overall suspicion that people seem to have around AI."

For their first experiment, researchers developed a smart-reply platform the group called "Moshi" (Japanese for "hello"), patterned after the now-defunct Google "Allo" (French for "hello"), the first smart-reply platform, unveiled in 2016. Smart replies are generated from LLMs (large language models) to predict plausible next responses in chat-based interactions.

Participants were asked to talk about a policy issue and assigned to one of three conditions: both participants can use smart replies; only one participant can use smart replies; or neither participant can use smart replies.

Researchers found that using smart replies increased communication efficiency, positive emotional language and positive evaluations by communication partners. On average, smart replies accounted for 14.3% of sent messages (1 in 7).

But participants who their partners suspected of responding with smart replies were evaluated more negatively than those who were thought to have typed their own responses, consistent with common assumptions about the negative implications of AI.

"While AI might be able to help you write," Hohenstein said, "it's altering your language in ways you might not expect, especially by making you sound more positive. This suggests that by using text-generating AI, you're sacrificing some of your own personal voice."

Said Jung: "What we observe in this study is the impact that AI has on social dynamics and some of the unintended consequences that could result from integrating AI in social contexts. This suggests that whoever is in control of the algorithm may have influence on people's interactions, language and perceptions of each other."

This work was supported by the National Science Foundation.

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#221 2024-06-01 14:04:55

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Godfather of AI says there's an expert consensus AI will soon exceed human intelligence. There's also a "significant chance" that AI will take control.

https://futurism.com/the-byte/godfather … telligence

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#222 2024-06-03 17:14:13

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Fake Tom Cruise Movie About the Paris Olympics Tied to Russian Disinformation
https://gizmodo.com/fake-ai-tom-cruise- … 1851515935


Researchers Say Russia Is Using AI to Predict Terrorism at Paris Olympics

https://www.yahoo.com/tech/researchers- … 03248.html

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The Microsoft Threat Analysis Center (MTAC) released a report yesterday outlining Russia's sophisticated use of generative AI tools to spawn content designed to disparage the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and "create the expectation of violence breaking out in Paris during the 2024 Summer Olympic Games."

According to the report, these disinformation attacks kicked off in June 2023, when a Russia-affiliated "influence actor" dubbed Storm-1679 posted a fabricated Netflix documentary titled "Olympics Has Fallen" — a spoof of the 2013 film "Olympus Has Fallen" — to the app Telegram. Noting in its report that the clip "demonstrated more skill than most influence campaigns we observe," MCAT explained that Storm-1679 had used AI to deepfake the voice and likeness of American actor Tom Cruise, who "narrated" the fake video; the AI Cruise was blended with "bogus five-star reviews" from real and trustworthy outlets like The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the BBC, all "amid slick computer-generated special effects."

The goal of the video, according to the report, was to denigrate the IOC, which has barred Russia from entry in the upcoming Games due to its ongoing and unprovoked war against Ukraine.

But the doctored doc was just the beginning, according to the report. More recently, Storm-1679 and another "prolific" group called Storm-1099 have been churning out fake news videos and articles — many falsely attributed to real news outlets — created to imply that terrorism and violence is widely expected to break out at the forthcoming event.

In one fake video "impersonating French broadcaster France24," for example, "Storm-1679 falsely claimed that 24 percent of purchased tickets for Olympic events had been returned" because of "fears of terrorism," according to the report. The disinformation actors also drafted fake press releases from state intelligence bodies like the Central Intelligence Agency and the French General Directorate for Internal Security urging that citizens refrain from attending due to security risks, and created "likely digitally generated" imagery of fake Parisian graffiti "threatening violence against Israelis" planning on attending the games.

The MCAT report didn't mention which specific AI companies or products these bad actors might be using. But as MCAT noted in its report, Storm-1099 is also known as "Doppelganger." In an OpenAI blog post published on May 30, the Microsoft-funded AI company announced that it had caught and quashed Doppelganger-perpetrated disinformation efforts in which affiliated actors had used its models to "translate and edit articles in English and French" that were posted to Doppelganger-controlled websites; "generate headlines"; and "convert news articles into Facebook posts," among other uses.

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a Japanese company that offers mobile, Internet, energy and robotic service

SoftBank's New AI Makes Angry Customers Sound Calm On Phone
https://slashdot.org/story/24/06/12/043 … m-on-phone

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Cosmic Revelations: AI and NASA Swift Map the Universe’s Farthest Gamma-Ray Bursts
https://scitechdaily.com/cosmic-revelat … ay-bursts/

CEOs of China's AI startups hail rapid development in domestic market
https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202406/1314160.shtml


Vast Networks of 'Ghost Roads'

So-called “ghost roads” may be laid down by miners, loggers, poachers, drug traffickers, and land grabbers

and a strange AI Generated Representative Image, a site which might link to industrial city in Hindu area the Sonipat district of Haryana state of India


AI Unveils 'Ghost Roads' Threatening Asian Rainforests
https://www.devdiscourse.com/article/sc … ainforests


Art?

Full videos now and How far it has already come since 2022 from simple pixelated picture generators making an image but kind of abstract so you were not sure what it is?

Technology showcase: Compilation of 50 videos generated by Luma Dream Machine
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gYT1of3cFI
Dream Machine a major milestone in the democratization of AI-powered video generation. Rival systems like OpenAI’s Sora and Kuaishou’s Kling have showcased impressive capabilities, they remain accessible only to a select group of partners. In contrast, Luma AI has made Dream Machine available for anyone to experiment with for free on its website.


It can also do Dystopia and Horror the Gothic Horror, Lovecraftian Horror, Comicbook style Scary stories and images and video, Psychological Horror, Zombie Apocalypse is it mimicry a 'copy' of each style.

They will sometimes had high pitched violin, the old music box or musical box sound of the 18th century or carillons à musique French for "chimes of music" and Deep Cello sounds or distorted rock style guitar to give it that spooky atmosphere.

'I've asked AI to generate the most creepy images...'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StaSuG5NTC0

and video games

Showcase video for the "Alternative Player Voices" mod for Fallout 4, made with xVASynth.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP1sNB1IlIg

There are videos game that combines aspects of acting fantasy a role-playing video game and a online social media, a multiplayer online chatroom game setting. MMORPG stands for "massively multiplayer online role-playing game" this is a genre of MMOs focused on role-playing elements inside a fictional universe a virtual world. These often have complex story, collecting ammo, or materials and chemicals, leveling and item systems, elaborate worldbuilding, and questing, they are usually set in fantasy or science-fiction universes, they might combine 3D simulation video games are a diverse super-category of video games, generally designed to closely simulate real world activities such designing a park, activity as finding and reading old maps, hunting or driving a car with visual perspective similar to real-life.

Non-playable character the 'NPC' abbreviation for non-playable character, it is a character in a computer game that is not controlled by someone, it is not a real human playing the game but a type of AI. The term has also entered politics with use of the NPC meme in internet slang and Reactionary subcultural, a Leftwing person brainwashed by Leftist 'Marxism' might be called an 'NPC' similarly rightwing  or Rightwinger followers of the Q-Anon Cult? have also been branded 'NPC' brainwashed people with no human minds of their own,  it might have originated as an Internet meme that represents people who do not think for themselves or do not make their own decisions on 4chan then spreading to tik-tok and other social media.  In the world of video games the NPCs are virtual characters controlled by software, AI or game logic, not human player input.


'You won't believe how ChatGPT AI changed Skyrim forever!'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wCjosz1vOA


Top 10 Horror Games – Experience AI-Driven Thrills
https://creepyhq.com/ai-horror-games/

In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has transformed the gaming industry, pushing boundaries and creating immersive experiences that are more lifelike than ever before. The horror genre, in particular, has benefited immensely from these advancements, producing some of the most spine-chilling and intense gaming experiences available today. For horror fans, game lovers, and gaming enthusiasts, this list of AI horror games will provide the ultimate fright fest. Buckle up and prepare to be terrified!


A futuristic horror tale.
https://creator.nightcafe.studio/creati … NieGAwHR4M

Nightmare Machine
http://nightmare.mit.edu/
Horror imagery generated by artificial intelligence.

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