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Posted on 15-09-2023 20:31


I never thought that this would be possible but here we are. Sounds hell of a lot like Freddie, but I'm not too sure what's going on with the instruments.

Obviously Freddie can't fend for himself, but are artists not copyrighted against ai use yet?


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Edited by OKJones on 15-09-2023 20:32
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Posted on 15-09-2023 20:38


Not as good as the one above, some strange crackling in his voice. Finally Norlander can enjoy his Journey smiley


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Posted on 16-09-2023 14:38
The Toxicity cover that the Freddie-AI cover had as backing is not very good, at least I found it to be really boring, so I didn't care for that cover. The Don't Stop Believing cover just used the original as backing, so nothing interesting there.
In both cases the original singer's voice was just replaced with Freddie's timbre, so these don't sound anything like what it would have sounded if sung by Freddie. It just sounds like 'what if Steve Perry's voice sounded like Freddie's voice', and same with whatever the other singer's name is.
It there was an itch to be scratcehd, it remains unscratched.


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Posted on 16-09-2023 19:16
It sounds like Freddie but doesn't sound like Freddie, I know what you mean. It's pretty boring but pretty amazing at the same time, that this is possible.

His name is Serj Tankian.


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Posted on 17-09-2023 08:32
OKJones wrote:
His name is Serj Tankian.

I meant the singer in the cover version smiley


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Posted on 03-10-2023 13:03
The Freddie Mercury version of toxicity is just another version with Freddie on top. I thought the arrangement was something AI came up with, but no.

The other version:



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Posted on 19-11-2023 20:42
Google researchers deal a major blow to the theory AI is about to outsmart humans (Reddit)


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Posted on 20-11-2023 00:42



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Posted on 20-11-2023 11:21
And today that comeback is put on hold as he joins Microsoft. Somehow this all reminds me of the fall of Nokia.

https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/17zjtha/sam_altman_greg_brockman_and_colleagues_joins/




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Posted on 20-11-2023 15:31
Saga keeps going:
https://www.reddit.com/r/singularity/comments/17zp1ct/breaking_nearly_500_employees_of_openai_have/

Nearly 500 employees of OpenAI have signed a letter saying they may quit and join Sam Altman at Microsoft unless the startup's board resigns and reappoints the ousted CEO


That's 500 out of their 700 employees. Guess Ilya burnt it all to the ground from Friday to Monday and now the employees are turning on him.


The deal for Sam Altman to return was a real thing and was almost in place last night. The interim CEO was behind it, but Ilya derailed it according to TheVerge. As a consequence and Sam and Greg joined Microsoft this morning, and seems a good chunk of the staff are already following him and Greg to Microsoft today, oh and the interim CEO was replaced with the guy from Twitch... 3 CEO's in the span of 2 business days.

The way it is going right now OpenAI might not even exist when we get to 2024.


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Posted on 22-11-2023 12:18
And then he was back, from NYTimes:

Sam Altman was reinstated late Tuesday as OpenAI’s chief executive, the company said, successfully reversing his ouster by OpenAI’s board last week after a campaign waged by his allies, employees and investors.

The company’s board of directors will be overhauled, jettisoning several members who had opposed Mr. Altman. Adam D’Angelo, the chief executive of Quora, will be the only holdover.


From Bloomberg:


From the BBC:


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So what do you all think will be the effect of this saga on AI? Will it affect the financial backing of OpenAI? 4 CEO's in the span of 4 business days might work for start-up in a garage, it's extremely damaging for a multi billion dollar company. Will the ouster of the non-profit, take-it-slow, effective altruism board members ensure that AI development will go even faster now?

To me, this whole thing could be made into the 7th season of Silicon Valley smiley


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Edited by Norlander on 22-11-2023 12:19
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Posted on 22-11-2023 12:31
The Daily (NYTimes podcast) has a good rundown of it all, you can find it on most podcast apps, or just listen to their upload to YouTube:



Basically the AI optimists have now - with his return - won against the AI pessimists


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Posted on 22-11-2023 13:07




You want to tempt the wrath of the whatever from high atop the thing?

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Posted on 22-11-2023 14:32
Well, I hope my pessimism turns out to be right, because I really don't want these clowns to be in control of any AGI


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Posted on 22-11-2023 16:27
@Grizlas I'm out of MidJourney and Dall-E credits (those disappear freaking fast. About to get it on a paid subscription though the University though), but my prompt would be something like:

Poster in the style of the tv show Silicon Valley with Sam Altman as Erlich Bachman, Greg Brockman as Nelson Bighetti, Ilya Sutskever as Richard Hendricks, Emmett Shear as Jared Dunn and Mira Murati as Monica Hall. Also add Elon Musk as Russ Hanneman and Satya Nadella as Gavin Belson.

Another fun tidbit, one of the first things OpenAI did under the leadership of Greg was a Dota 2 bot, he is definitely Bighead or Dinesh.


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