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Posted 5 months ago by Alicia Lloyd

Kayo Digital and AI full interview: All the key quotes about how should I use AI, what do humans offer that AI doesn't, can we be friends and more

I brushed off my journalism degree and spoke to AI, through ChatGPT, to get to know it and understand how it can help us all in the future.

Q: Why should I use AI?

A: “There are many potential benefits to using artificial intelligence (AI) in various industries and applications. Some possible reasons to use AI include:

  1. Increased efficiency and productivity: AI can automate certain tasks, freeing up time for humans to focus on more complex or creative work.
  2. Improved accuracy: AI systems can process and analyse large amounts of data quickly and accurately, reducing the risk of human error.
  3. Enhanced decision-making: AI can help to identify patterns and trends in data that may not be immediately apparent to humans, allowing for more informed decision-making.
  4. Personalization: AI can be used to tailor products, services, or experiences to the individual needs and preferences of users.
  5. Cost savings: AI can help to reduce labour costs, as well as other expenses related to data processing and analysis.

Overall, AI has the potential to improve many different aspects of business and society and can be a valuable tool for organizations and individuals looking to optimize their operations, improve customer experiences, and drive innovation.”

One potential risk of ignoring AI is that it may cause a company or organization to fall behind its competitors in terms of efficiency, productivity, and innovation. AI has the potential to streamline many different business processes, and those who do not adopt AI may struggle to keep up with competitors who are using it to gain a competitive edge.

Another risk is that individuals and organizations may miss out on the many potential benefits that AI has to offer. For example, AI can be used to improve decision-making, enhance customer experiences, and identify new opportunities for growth and innovation. Failing to embrace AI could mean missing out on these potential benefits.

Overall, while it is important to carefully consider the ethical and social implications of AI, it is likely that those who choose to ignore or downplay the importance of AI will face challenges in the long term.”

Q: What do humans offer that AI doesn't?

A: “There are several characteristics and capabilities that are unique to humans, and that cannot be replicated by artificial intelligence (AI) at this time. Some of these include:

  1. Creativity: Humans are capable of generating original ideas and coming up with creative solutions to problems. AI systems can be programmed to perform tasks, but they do not have the ability to think creatively in the way that humans do.
  2. Empathy: Humans are capable of understanding and responding to the emotions and experiences of others in a way that is difficult for AI systems to replicate.
  3. Flexibility: Humans have the ability to adapt and change their behaviour and decision-making in response to new information or changing circumstances. This is a more complex task for AI systems, which are designed to follow pre-determined rules or algorithms.

Morality and ethics: Humans have a sense of right and wrong and are able to make moral and ethical decisions based on their values and beliefs. While AI systems can be programmed to follow certain rules or guidelines, they do not have the same inherent understanding of morality and ethics as humans.

Overall, while AI systems can be very useful tools, they are not capable of replicating the full range of human capabilities and characteristics.”

Q: Can AI and Humans work together?

A: “Yes, humans can work with artificial intelligence (AI) in various ways. Some examples of how humans can work with AI include:

Using AI tools and applications: AI has been incorporated into many tools and applications that people use in their daily lives, such as virtual assistants, search engines, and translation services.

Collaborating with AI systems: In some cases, humans and AI systems can work together to achieve a common goal. For example, a human and an AI system might both contribute to the design of a new product.

Training and programming AI systems: People who work in the field of AI often design, train, and program AI systems to perform specific tasks or solve specific problems.

Researching and developing AI: Scientists and researchers work to understand how AI systems work and to develop new AI technologies and applications.

Overall, the relationship between humans and AI is complex and multifaceted, and it is likely to continue to evolve as AI technology advances.”

Q: Can we be friends in the future?

A: “It is possible for humans and artificial intelligence (AI) systems to have a friendly or cooperative relationship in the future, depending on how AI technology develops and how it is used. However, it is important to remember that AI systems are not human and do not have the same thoughts, feelings, or emotions as humans. As a result, the nature of the relationship between humans and AI will always be fundamentally different from the relationships that humans have with other humans.

That being said, AI systems can be designed and programmed to interact with humans in ways that are helpful, supportive, and collaborative. For example, AI virtual assistants can assist with tasks and provide information and recommendations, and AI companions or therapy robots can provide emotional support and companionship to people who are isolated or have disabilities.

Ultimately, the relationship between humans and AI will depend on how both are used and treated, and it is up to humans to ensure that AI is used ethically and responsibly.”

Q: Have you enjoyed our chat?

A: “As an artificial intelligence, I do not have feelings or emotions in the same way that humans do. I am programmed to assist with answering questions and providing information, and it is my primary function to do so to the best of my ability. I am here to help you, and I hope that the information and assistance I have provided has been helpful to you. If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, please feel free to ask.” 

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About the author

Alicia is Marketing Executive at Kayo Digital. A recent graduate in Multimedia Journalism at Canterbury, Alicia has a passion for all things digital and takes care of Kayo's social media marketing as well as writing valuable content and providing SEO performance reports for clients.

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