We will adapt to incorrect AI-generated content: expert at WAIC
Gong Zhe, Yang Yiren

The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) has had a major impact on the world of content creation. AI-generated content (AIGC) is now being used to create everything from articles and blog posts to music and art.

While AIGC has the potential to revolutionize the way we consume and create content, it also raises some important concerns. One of the biggest concerns is that AIGC could be incorrect and misleading.

However, futurist Edgar Perez believes that humans will eventually learn to live with AIGC and adapt to the fact that machines are still capable of producing incorrect content.

"I think we are underestimating the capability of the human race," Perez told CGTN Digital. "We are going to evolve to have a critical eye whenever we see a new piece of information."

Perez explained that before AI, we have been dealing with other tools that give incorrect results from time to time, and we have managed to adapt. However, he also acknowledged that we need to take some steps to avoid being misled by AI.

"[AI] all depends on a probabilistic model and it's not really an expert. It's not really applying logic," Perez said. "One of the key things is to educate the population that we could not use blindly the result of these tools."

Perez's comments come as governments around the world are beginning to grapple with the implications of AI for the future of work. In China, for example, the government has recently released a set of guidelines for the development of AI that specifically address the issue of misleading content.

The guidelines call for the development of AI technologies that are "human-centric." They also emphasize the importance of education and training in order to help workers adapt to the changing nature of work.

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