A decade ago, it seemed novel that software could write 500 fantasy football articles per second, producing 50 million such articles over the course of a single season. Today those values seem trivial: The capacity of artificial intelligence to produce content at scale has so exceeded any meaningful threshold that there’s no point in updating the numbers. Why not 50 billion fantasy football articles, or 50 trillion, or one million articles for each living human? More generally, the infrastructure of content production has undergone tremendous development since 2012, equipping both computers and humans to collaboratively pump the world full of text and imagery and video in previously unimaginable ways (we were promised flying cars, etc etc). Whether the good content has gotten better is a complicated question to answer, but there is unquestionably
Love the article by Jessica Jennings from Vox on Positano. Thanks for the reference.