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Meta has created chatbots with AI learning that derive character from and are played by real-life celebrities.
Meta has announced new chatbots created with AI learning that borrow character and identity from real-life celebrities.
The Facebook parent company said the list of celebrity-played chatbots will have profiles on Instagram and Facebook.
Meta said it was introducing what it's calling Meta AI, in beta on all apps.
The company it would introduce a conversational assistant on Whatsapp, Instagram, Messenger and soon on Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses.
The company released a list of celebrities and influencers it would be working with, including Dwayne Wade, Kendall Jenner, Naomi Osaka, Paris Hilton, Snoop Dogg, Tom Brady and Charli D'Amelio.
The company also introduced AI studio, which "supports the creation of our AIs … we plan to make it available for people outside of Meta – coders and non-coders alike – to build AIs."
The company said it would use watermarks and other indicators to show when something had been created with AI, to lower the "chances of people mistaking them for human-generated content."
The inflencer chatbots have started to roll out in beta across the United States. New characters are expected to be "played" by Chloe Kim, Josh Richards and Bear Grylls.
A handful of states, including Texas and California, have passed laws regulating deepfakes in political advertising.
The misinformation goes beyond images of war: There was even a deepfake of Palestinian American model Bella Hadid expressing her support for Israel.
Advertisers on Instagram and Facebook will have to disclose when they use AI or other digital techniques starting in 2024.
Israel and Hamas had been under a temporary cease-fire for a week.
Calls to phase out fossil fuel use are growing louder as the United Nations meets for the COP28 climate conference.
The two governors from different sides of the country were expected to see the public debate as a way to boost their messaging and political careers.