The smarter AIs become, the scarier they can be.
The internet is growing, and the web is still expanding.
Whenever it can, and whenever it's allowed to, Google Search will definitely crawl and index everything in its path.
Nvidia has done it again, and it has done it well.
Users have a choice. This is why YouTube has the Like and the Dislike button, so users can provide their opinion, without having to type anything.
Typos are extremely common. No matter how used people are with typing with keyboards, misspelling does happen.
Social media networks are pretty much similar. But still, they have their own fans. And copycats are just making things even more confusing, if not similar.
Most YouTube users who use the platform for free, usually see up to 2 pre-roll ads, with some additional ad breaks while watching long videos. But Google is greedy.
People on social media networks, Instagram in particular, may go to great length to capture that perfect photo to share to their followers.
Computers don't have imagination. But AI does, the longer the technology is trained with images of the world.