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From accessibility efforts to ethical concerns, here are our AI takeaways from SXSW content creators should consider

‘Not only is it dangerous for power and privacy purposes, but also this represents a shift in economic power.’


Adrienne Hunter


Posted on Mar 21, 2023   Updated on May 31, 2023, 10:27 am CDT

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During day one of arts and technology conference South by Southwest (SXSW), a line wrapped nearly halfway around the fourth floor of the Austin Convention Center consisting entirely of attendees unable to get a seat in OpenAI president and co-founder Greg Brockman’s featured session.

Having reached a recent breakthrough in mainstream discussion, artificial intelligence (AI) was among the hottest topics at this year’s SXSW. Similar to Brockman’s featured session, panels such as “AI & Cultural Trends: How Data Forecasts Futures” completely met capacity before starting, leaving curious attendees waiting outside the session in hopes that someone leaves midway through.

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*First Published: Mar 21, 2023, 4:29 pm CDT
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