AI Detectors Say These CELEBS Used AI to write Apologies!
OMG – Celebs’ “Sorry” Might Just Be Robot Talk! AI-Penned Apologies Taking Over Hollywood? With AI being a topic of disdain for many movie makers and actors (during the strike), entertainers and entrepreneurs alike may have been using AI the whole time.
You’ve seen it before:
celebs caught in the act, and then boom – the inevitable “I’m sorry” drops. But hold up! Are we getting real remorse or just some AI’s idea of a mea culpa?
A bombshell study from Earthweb dropped hints that stars like Joe Rogan, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, and even Elon Musk might have possibly outsourced their soul-searching to silicon valley, with a whopping 34% of this year’s celeb apologies potentially penned by AI.
According to new research published using AI content detectors like Undetectable.ai, showed that nearly ⅓ of celebrity apologies were written by AI!
Hollywood’s apology train is nowhere near the last stop. If you thought the AI-assist was exclusive to just a few, think again. These cybernetic sorries could be the new norm. Imagine the scene: red-faced celeb gets caught, a quick buzz to the AI, and presto – a pristine apology, no human messiness involved. Thanks ChatGPT!!!!
Celebrity Apologies Detected As AI Written
The research tossed celeb apologies into a mix of AI-detecting tech – like Undetectable.ai, ChatGPTZero and Sapling – and boy, did it spill the tea!
Remember that viral “crazy plane lady” Tiffany Gomas? Well, chances are 72% that her apology was more AI than “I”.
Celebs like Erica Mena, Cassidy McGill, and Joe Rogan are all in the hot seat, with the AI-detecting tools giving us the digits on how likely it was a bot doing the talking. Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta’s Mena is sitting pretty with a 69% chance that her apology was computer-crafted, while Love Island’s McGill got a 62% probability rating.
Joe Rogan, the king of controversy, scored a 52% chance of AI craftsmanship in his apology tour. YIKES! Did Rogan really use AI? Maybe not, but these AI detectors sure do think so – then again, the AI detectors are using AI too!
The “Say So” songstress Doja Cat? She’s skating by with a 50-50 shot it was AI smoothing things over. Although with Doja’s controversies, being accused of using AI is probably the least of her concerns!
More Apologies Flagged by AI Detectors
The list goes on, with TikTokers Lunden and Olivia Stallings, Iron Chef Ming Tsai, and The 1975’s Matty Healy all possibly getting a digital assist in saying “my bad”.
And Whoopi Goldberg’s apology over a Romani slur? A 25% chance it was bot-built according some of the AI detectors.
And then there’s that Hollywood power couple, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. The duo caught flak for penning letters supporting their buddy Danny Masterson during his trial, and guess what? There’s a 24% chance their apology was AI-generated.
Elon Musk, no stranger to stirring the pot, apparently had a 23% shot of going robotic in his apology to a designer post-Twitter takeover drama according to the study. And rounding out the top 12 is Love Is Blind’s Irina Solomonova, with a 22% likelihood she let AI do the heavy lifting. And let’s not overlook the irony here – tech moguls caught in the AI apology web? That’s like a chef ordering takeout for a dinner party. But hey, in a world where our phones practically run our lives, maybe we shouldn’t be so shocked.
So, what’s the deal? Are celebs just too busy to pen their own apologies, or is AI the new PR guru? The jury’s still out, but one thing’s for sure – this saga’s just getting started. Keep your eyes peeled, ’cause it looks like we’re in for a wild ride on the AI apology express! As the lines between human and machine blur, perhaps we’re witnessing the dawn of a new era in public relations. So, next time a celeb says “I’m sorry”, take it with a grain of silicon. Who knows? That apology might just be coming from a server farm instead of the heart.
Want the full scoop? DailyMail broke the original story on Celebs who maybe used AI to write their apologies.