Mark Cuban, Dogecoin Co-Creator Weigh In On AI: Should Youngsters Be Worried About Losing Jobs?

Investor Mark Cuban and Dogecoin co-founder Billy Markus have expressed their opinions on the fast-emerging advancements in the realm of generative AI. 

What Happened: Cuban, the billionaire owner of Dallas Mavericks, highlighted in an interview the promises and concerns about generative AI. 

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When asked about the fear that many young people have regarding AI making them “useless in the job market,” Cuban said, “The exact opposite is true.”  

When Haroon (Not A Bot), the Twitter handle that conducted the interview, shared tidbits of the email interaction by using Resemble AI — a high-quality AI voice generator — dubbing the words in the voice and tone of Cuban, the Shark Tank investor was “pretty” impressed. 

Replying to his post about the interview, Markus, also known by his Twitter handle, Shibetoshi Nakamoto, said technology is “scary AF,” to which Cuban replied “and exciting AF.”

Since OpenAI‘s ChatGPT — an AI-powered chatbot — was released for testing in November, the internet cannot have enough of this cutting-edge AI technology. It is a trending topic on the internet as netizens continue to marvel at its natural and engaging conversation abilities. 

The AI chatbot garnered more than one million users in just the first week of its launch. 

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