5 things about AI you may have missed today: 'Authentic' declared word of the year; AI boosts Amazon deliveries, more | Tech News

5 things about AI you may have missed today: 'Authentic' declared word of the year; AI boosts Amazon deliveries, more

Global music fans demand authenticity amid AI advancements, IFPI report reveals; a Global coalition, including the US and the UK, unveils landmark agreement for secure AI design, and much more today.

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| Updated on: Nov 28 2023, 00:22 IST
Amazon Kickstarter Deals: Grab up to 57% off on Air Fryers
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1/6 The Amazon Kickstarter Sale 2023 is now live, offering substantial discounts on a wide range of products you may have had your eye on. This is not part of the Amazon Great Indian Festival, which is set to commence on October 8th, with an early start on October 7th for Prime members. However, leading up to this major event, Amazon has launched a Kickstarter sale that's brimming with discounts, deals, and enticing offers. It's the perfect moment to snag some remarkable bargains, with opportunities for exchange offers, bank discounts, cashback deals, and even installment payment plans at no extra cost. To help you navigate this sale, we have compiled a list of the top 5 Amazon Kickstarter Day deals on Air Fryers. (Amazon)
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2/6 Havells Air Fryer Air Oven Digi | Extra Large Capacity: The Havells Air Fryer Air Oven Digi is a versatile kitchen appliance that can air fry, roast, bake, grill, and dehydrate food. With a generous 4.6-liter capacity, it's ideal for cooking for a crowd. Featuring 9 pre-set menus, it simplifies the preparation of your favorite dishes. For a limited time, you can grab the Havells Air Fryer Air Oven Digi for just Rs. 7,285 on Amazon Prime Day, saving a significant 44 percent. (Amazon)
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3/6 Xiaomi Smart Air Fryer: The Xiaomi Smart Air Fryer offers a healthier way to prepare meals without excessive oil. It can handle a variety of foods, including chicken, fish, vegetables, and even desserts. During Amazon Prime Day, this fryer is available at a discounted price of Rs. 6,999, down from its regular price of Rs. 14,999, offering a substantial 53 percent off. (Amazon)
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4/6 Pigeon Healthifry Digital Air Fryer: Amazon Prime Day brings a whopping 61 percent discount on the Pigeon Healthyfry Digital Air Fryer. This popular appliance boasts 360° high-speed air circulation technology and a non-stick 4.2-liter basket. It's perfect for cooking an array of foods, from chicken and fish to vegetables and french fries. This exceptional air fryer can be yours for just Rs. 3,248, down from its previous MRP of Rs. 7,995, providing an astounding 59 percent savings. (Amazon)
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5/6 KENT 16096 Classic Hot Air Fryer 4L 1300 W: The KENT 16096 Classic Hot Air Fryer 4L 1300 W is a favored kitchen companion, allowing you to enjoy your favorite foods with up to 80% less oil, all while maintaining that deep-fried taste. During Amazon Prime Day, it's available at the discounted price of Rs. 3,999, marking a 50% reduction from the regular price of Rs. 8,000. (Amazon)
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6/6 Havells Air Fryer Prolife Digi with 4L Capacity: For those seeking a healthier cooking method, the Havells Air Fryer Prolife Digi is an excellent choice. It utilizes hot air circulation to evenly cook food without the need for excessive oil, delivering all the flavors without the unhealthy fats. This air fryer also boasts additional features such as a digital touch panel, a 60-minute timer, and a basket release button. During the Amazon India sale, the Havells Air Fryer Prolife Digi with 4L Capacity is available for just Rs. 7,285, a generous 44% discount off its regular price of Rs. 12,995. This is the lowest price ever offered for this air fryer, making it the perfect time to make your purchase decision. Don't miss out on these remarkable deals during the Amazon Kickstarter Sale 2023. (Amazon)
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Global music fans are demanding authenticity of fare amid huge AI advancements; a Global coalition, including the US and the UK, has unveiled a landmark agreement for secure AI design; Amazon accelerates holiday deliveries with AI precision; Children creating AI-generated explicit images, warns UK charity- this and more in our daily roundup. Let us take a look..

1. Global music fans demand authenticity amid AI advancements

The IFPI Engaging with Music 2023 report, the largest study of its kind with responses from over 43,000 people across 26 countries, reveals that 79 percent of music fans worldwide believe human creativity is indispensable in music creation. Fans demand pre-approved permission for AI to use artists' music (76 percent), reject unauthorised cloning (74 percent), and support AI transparency (73 percent) in a rapidly advancing technological landscape. Authenticity emerges as a paramount concern amid AI's evolving role in the music industry.

2. Global coalition, including US and UK, unveils landmark agreement for secure AI design

The United States, Britain, and over a dozen countries have introduced the first comprehensive international agreement to ensure the security of artificial intelligence (AI). Emphasising a "secure by design" approach, the 18 nations advocate for AI systems that prioritise safety. Though non-binding, the agreement outlines recommendations, including monitoring for abuse, safeguarding against data tampering, and vetting software suppliers. This marks a significant global affirmation that AI design must prioritise security over expedited market entry and cost competition, according to a Reuters report.

3. Amazon accelerates holiday deliveries with AI precision

During the holiday shopping frenzy, Amazon leverages artificial intelligence (AI) for its speediest deliveries yet, with packages ready for dispatch within 11 minutes of ordering. Using AI for route optimization, real-time adjustments to traffic and weather, and forecasting demand for over 400 million products, Amazon ensures swift delivery, handling over 110,000 packages daily during the season. The new system, Sequoia, enhances inventory processes, reduces order processing time by 25 percent, and, according to Amazon, has led to the creation of 700 new job types related to robotics, according to a CBS news report.

4. Children creating AI-generated explicit images, warns UK charity

Children are using AI image generators to produce indecent images of other children, warns the UK Safer Internet Centre. The charity received reports from schools and urged immediate action. While youngsters may be driven by curiosity rather than harm, creating such images is illegal under UK law. The charity stresses the need for collaboration between teachers and parents, emphasising the potential consequences, including online circulation and blackmail risks. Research indicates a knowledge gap, with students' AI understanding surpassing that of many teachers, BBC news reported.

5. Merriam-Webster declares 'Authentic' word of the year amid AI-induced blurring of reality

Merriam-Webster names "authentic" as the word of the year, reflecting the increasing difficulty in distinguishing between real and fake in an era of misinformation and AI advancements. Searches for "authentic" surged in 2023, driven by discussions on AI, celebrity culture, identity, and social media. The term represents an aspirational quality amid a blurred line between reality and deception, with notable spikes in searches for "deepfake" and "X" related to Elon Musk's statements, BNN Bloomberg reported.

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