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PLUS: Youtube's Video Summary Tool and Meta's AI personas
Hello folks, here’s what we have today;
There’s a whole host of AI YouTube video summarisers out there, but most of them don’t quiiiite cut it for longer vids. Well now YouTube themselves are testing their own video summary generation, and hopefully this will be the one that hits bullseye. Summaries have begun appearing for some English users already, and they’re seeing how it goes as a service.
Meta might be following in Snapchat’s footsteps with AI chatbots on their app (eek!). They’re supposedly gonna be releasing a host of AI chatbots with different personalities - from Abraham Lincoln to a surfer dude. And it could be as early as next month. Honestly, I can’t really see why anyone would go onto their social media apps and use these AI personas, but that’s just me - maybe it’s one for the younger crowd!
It looks like Apple is prepping for the big AI regulations coming into play in China on 15th August. They’ve reportedly been removing apps utilising generative AI from their China App Store, citing the need for companies to get a government-approved administrative licence.
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