AI — the New Language of Love? ❤️

Featuring AI's New Role in Dating, Employers Being Unprepared For AI, Bard's Impressive Image Recognition and More.

Good morning, AI explorers!

Welcome to another edition of AI Authority, delivering all of the top groundbreaking AI news shaping our world into a bite-sized newsletter every weekday morning.

As always, we’ve got one daily AI headline, two exciting tools, and three pieces of content we love from the community for you today.

In this edition:

✍️ News: AI’s New Role in Dating
🛠️ Tools: Krater, Contenda
🎨 Creator Corner: Impressive Bard Image Recognition, AI’s Training Growth Potential, Prompt Engineering Hal-3000

Here’s everything you need to know:

One top headline in the AI space to know:

💕 AI’s New Role in the Dating World

What if your path to finding true love was guided by AI?

Sound crazy?

Not too long ago, so did online dating or apps like Tinder, Hinge, or Bumble.

But the technology we write about every day has already started seeping into the dating game — from generating clever pick-up lines to providing virtual coaching.

Some, like influencer Caryn Marjorie, are even creating AI versions of themselves to chat with potential partners – at $1 a minute. Caryn went viral a few months ago — with the massive demand for her ‘AI girlfriend’ making major headlines:

In addition to AI companionship like Caryn’s example above, the dating landscape is also changing with other innovations:

  • Lora — a virtual coach that advises on first-date locations based on the user's and their match's preferences

  • YourMove — an AI that generates snappy pick-up lines, saving you from the dreaded mind-blank

  • Mee+ — an AI that uses predictors and user responses to suggest matches and advice, reportedly leading to many successful dates and even marriages in its beta test phase.

Despite the enthusiasm, there are critics warning against too much reliance on AI in dating. After all, maintaining an AI-crafted conversation after a few months of dating might prove… A bit challenging.

But there is a rising demand for these AI features, particularly among the younger demographic. A survey revealed that 34% of 18- to 25-year-olds on Tinder would use AI dating tools if available.

So, maybe it's not a question of "if," but "when" AI becomes a key matchmaker.

But as AI's role grows, the big question remains: are we heading for real connections, or just an AI-conducted symphony of online chatter?

Still hungry for more AI headlines? Some other news that caught our eye:

— Your Employer is (Probably) Unprepared For AI (link)
— Israel Quietly Embeds AI Systems in Deadly Military Operations (link)
— AI Ad Resurrection of Brazilian Singer Sparks Joy, Ethical Worries (link)
— AI Can Profoundly Disrupt Education — That’s Not A Bad Thing (link)
— AI Didn’t Invent Creative Remixing (link)

Two AI-powered platforms to add to your toolbox:

  • Krater — An all-in-one app that streamlines AI tools into one workspace (link)

  • Contenda — Repurpose content with video and voice-to-text capabilities (link)

Three of our favorite tweets, threads, AI generations and more:

Bard did an amazing job at analyzing this tricky image — which is not what it appears:

An interesting look into the potential future growth of AIs training against their own outputs:

Prompt engineering HAL-3000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey 🤣

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