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Dolly Parton: AI is Terrifying, ‘Nobody Wants to Be Duplicated’

via Conan O'Brien
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Renowned singer Dolly Parton expressed concerns about AI potentially replicating artists and the potential impact on the entertainment industry.

She emphasized the need for caution, highlighting the fear of duplication and loss of individual talent.

“I don’t think, or, at least, I hope nobody can ever replicate me or what I do. AI is a scary thing. I’m sure it’s a good thing for scientists or medical things. But when it comes to trying to duplicate a human being and every little thing they are, it don’t seem right to me,” she said. (Trending: Jury Reaches Verdict In Paul Pelosi Hammer Case)

“It’s too much. Even the people coming up with AI are scared by it.”

“So I’m watching this carefully. I’m sure they’ll be able to do certain things with me and other artists.”

“It’s one of the reasons why we’re having the big strikes here with the Actors’ Guild and Writers’ Guild. Nobody wants to be duplicated. Everybody wants to feel the talent they have is theirs.”

“I’m keeping my eye on AI,” she said.

Other celebrities, including Nicholas Cage and Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, also voiced apprehension about AI, with concerns about inhumane appropriation of art and the technology being labeled as a “giant plagiarism machine.”

“AI is a nightmare to me,” Cage pressed.

“It’s inhumane. You can’t get more inhumane than artificial intelligence … I would be very unhappy if people were taking my art … and appropriating [it].”

“I think it’s a lot of horse—-. It’s a giant plagiarism machine, in its current form. I think ChatGPT knows what it’s writing like a toaster knows that it’s making toast. There’s no intelligence — it’s a marvel of marketing,” Gilligan said.

Additionally, Warner Bros. Music Group’s plan to use AI to create a documentary about Edith Piaf and Justine Bateman’s criticism of a recent SAG-AFTRA deal further underscored the growing concerns about AI’s influence on the arts.

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