Blair Cohen, Relativity: In 2023, AI Has Gone Mainstream

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Extract from Blair Cohen’s article “In 2023, AI Has Gone Mainstream”

I’m no stranger to artificial intelligence. I’ve evolved from being scared of AI—thanks to the Oscar-nominated movie Ex-Machina—to being genuinely curious about how this can affect my day-to-day life. Artificial intelligence has blown up in the last two years, and not just in e-discovery and tech industries—it’s weaseled it’s way into my personal life as well.

I’ve been a fan of artist SZA since she came out with her first album. The popular singer/songwriter focuses her lyrics around being in love and, often, the pain and heartache that comes with it (I can draw parallels to the e-discovery world on that, but that’s a blog post for another time).

I’ve been binging her new album SOS, when I heard the phrase “let’s talk about AI.” I told myself, “You’ve been working too much on the AI Visionaries program; there’s no way SZA just brought up AI,” and decided to look up the lyrics.

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