The AI Artifacts Podcast
The AI Artifacts Podcast
Episode 9: AI predictions for 2024

Episode 9: AI predictions for 2024

Also: The New York Times sues OpenAI and an iPhone designer joins Jony Ive

In the final episode of 2023, Brian and Sarah go into forecast mode, laying out their AI predictions for 2024. Will the hype keep growing? What will the next phase of adoption look like? This New Year’s episode gets into all of it.

Meanwhile, in the week’s biggest news, the discussion looks at The New York Times lawsuit against OpenAI, Jony Ive’s latest hire for some ChatGPT-powered hardware, and Michael Cohen’s AI-powered legal mistake.

Timestamps for this episode:

[0:00] Intro

[00:16] Welcome

[1:32] AI predictions for 2024

[4:47] Sarah’s big prediction

[10:04] Brian’s big prediction

[17:57] The New York Times suing OpenAI

[27:04] Jony Ive’s design firm adds Tang Tan, an iPhone designer from Apple

[32:14] Michael Cohen’s trouble with Bard

[37:52] "Two truths and l’AI"

Links for topics referenced in this episode:

Skift’s AI-powered chatbot (Skift):

The New York Times sues OpenAI (Associated Press):

Potential risks for The New York Times (Techdirt):

OpenAI’s negotiations with media companies (The New York Times):

Looks at generation AI output that raise copyright concerns (Marcus on AI):

Marcus on AI
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Tang Tan from Apple joins Jony Ive (Engadget):

Michael Cohen gets caught using AI citing non-existent legal cases (The New York Times):

Champagne at risk, based on ClimateAI data (Fox News):

Burger King’s facial recognition use for hangover identification (RetailWire):

The AI Artifacts Podcast’s visual branding is by Skaaren Design.

Music used in this podcast comes from "Vanishing Horizon" by Jason Shaw and is licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License.

The AI Artifacts Podcast
The AI Artifacts Podcast
Coming Fall 2023: The AI Artifacts Podcast, co-hosted by Brian Warmoth and Sarah Luger, features timely conversations with founders, technical experts, and practitioners to de-mystify AI's current rise, what it does best, and how it will shape the future.