Generative AI is a transformative technology that’s already changing the way we work, communicate, and create. With a technological shift this impactful, it’s critical to examine both the opportunity created by that technology and the potential implications of it.
We think about these opportunities and implications a lot here at Jasper and believe that the existence of open questions shouldn’t hold people back from exploring a watershed technology like this one. To truly understand and responsibly use generative AI, users have to educate themselves on the full picture, engage in constructive debates, and play a role in advancing the discourse on what responsible and inclusive AI should look like.
To help with this, we’re introducing an editorial series dedicated to exploring some of the questions that generative AI’s emergence and growing adoption has created. One by one, we’ll do a deep dive into the major questions that (figuratively and/or literally) keep people up at night. We’ll address concerns like:
- Is AI use by students cheating?
- Is AI-generated art good or bad for artists?
- Will generative-AI kill jobs?
- How do you address bias in AI?
We’ll add to this list as we get input from you all. With the clear disclaimer of our stake in AI adoption as an AI platform, we aim to offer objective and well-sourced overviews of each issue that lay out and contextualize the biggest concerns. We’ll include interviews with experts in the AI space and individuals impacted by the technology. And we’ll offer our own take as a company trying to help set standards of responsible AI usage.
As we continue to explore the possibilities of generative AI, it’s vital to continuously engage in meaningful and direct conversations about all that is affected, both positively and negatively, by this change and how we can steer AI usage into the best possible version of itself. We hope our blog series will help guide these conversations and provide a resource for those looking to learn more about this exciting technology. Stay tuned.