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This news item is part of the weekly top 5 news bulletin (from Week 4, Sep 2023) specially packaged for leaders of Nonprofits, Churches, and Faith-based Social Ventures.
TikTok has announced that they are launching labels that you can use to disclose whether a content was generated with the help of AI or not. AI generated content is great, but it’s also becoming a problem on social media because when you look at a video or an image that is generated using AI, you don’t know whether it is real, or it stems out of the imagination of an individual just using prompts to generate something. Like a fake image or something imaginative, right? Social media platforms are trying to self regulate this, especially after the high level meeting that happened in Washington (USA) a few days ago. We are seeing that platforms like Facebook and Instagram, they’re all trying to come up with ways to combat this AI generated content problem. And TikTok is leading the way with this announcement. So even if you don’t label your content as AI generated, there are ways in which TikTok says they will find out, with expert opinion, and they might even pull that content down.
Here is the full list of the Top 5 News Items from Week 4, Sep 2023 with source links from ChatGPT, WhatsApp, TikTok, Meta, YouTube.
🗞️ News 1: Meta Starts Testing Paid ‘Meta Verified’ Program For Organizations
🗞️ News 2: TikTok Announces AI-Generated Content Regulation Steps With New Labels
🗞️ News 3: WhatsApp Launches ‘WhatApp Flows’ to Facilitate In-App Transactions
🗞️ News 4: YouTube Launches a New App ‘YouTube Create’, with Tools for Creators
🗞️ News 5: OpenAI Releases DALL-E 3 AI-Image Generator Integrated With ChatGPT
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