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YouTubers split over OpenAI's video tool Sora
« on: February 22, 2024, 02:08:37 PM »
YouTuber Marques Brownlee described it as "frightening" and "threatening" to witness an AI doing his job. Last week, the US-based OpenAI released a program that can make incredibly realistic video clips from only a few lines of text, prompting content creators to question if they are the next professions to be replaced by robots.

The technology, known as Sora, has elicited reactions ranging from ecstatic excitement to concern about the industry's future path.

YouTuber Marques Brownlee described it as "frightening" and "threatening" to witness an AI doing his job.

Caleb Ward, one half of AI filmmaking team Curious Refuge, told his YouTube subscribers that he was excited to try the tool and both Ward and Brownlee agreed it was a watershed moment for their sector.

Ward expressed that "I can't stress enough how big a deal this is for the filmmaking and creative world,"

OpenAI, the startup behind ChatGPT, stated in its release that Sora was not yet available to the public.
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