As a close follower of your future possibilities and risks you may have come across the statement 'With the launch of ChatGPT and GPT-4, AI has reached the iPhone moment' or something similar.
Will we be affected by employment growth, robots, health, environment, quantum computing, food, and space in the not too distant future?
This video looking at the the potential futures of this newly emerging topic was created by Mike Jackson using Shaping Tomorrow with ChatGPT and Pictory.ai
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