A New Threat to Content Creators: OpenAI’s Sora

Mr Beast Expresses Worries Over OpenAI’s Sora, Jokingly Says to the CEO of OpenAI Not to Make Him Homeless


OpenAI's Sora

It’s been more than one and a half years since the launch of Chat GPT by Open AI. When Vikram, a 22-year-old aspiring animation film director, heard this news for the first time it made him excited. At that time people were saying that AI would replace Humans’ jobs. This response to AI tools like chat GPT is Obvious. It makes people worried about their jobs. But Vikram was at ease.

And why should he worry about chat GPT types of tools? It’s a Text-generated tool. And his profession is linked to visual creation. Vikaram was convinced that AI easily can create Text because it can read data but Visuals or making videos is a different thing. It can’t. even if it does it can be detected by normal people.

Now, for the past few days, Vikram has been scared and feeling worried about his career. And the reason you might know: OpenAI’s Sora

On February 15, 2024, OpenAI once again shocked and surprised the world with the introduction of Sora. An artificial intelligence tool designed for creating videos up to a minute long based on a text prompt. When Vikram first got to know about it from a headline of an article. It made him only worried and anxious. But when it got in deep it made him scared also. Vikram knew that Sora was not the first Text-to-video generator AI tool.

There were a few tools that Could generate Video from text but none of them were even around Open AI’s Sora. No one knew that AI would be able to generate this level of quality videos this soon. Now not only Vikram but everyone is shocked, surprised and scared of this New arrival.

The series of videos released by Open are said to have been created by Sora without any additions or changes. The videos are so realistic that It’s difficult to say whether these videos are created by AI tools or humans. Sora can create 1 minute long vidoes. But this new OpenAI’s Sora it’s still not accessible to the public. They are still testing it.

Vikram was researching OpenAI’s Sora and came across one article about MrBeast’s comments on Sam Altman’s announcement made him feel more anxious.

A few days ago, Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, announced OpenAI’s Sora: “Today we are starting red-teaming and offering access to a limited number of creators.” Immediately, people started reacting to it. “Sam plz don’t make me homeless,” MrBeast jokingly commented. In response, Altman said, “Will generate you a video, what would you like?” MrBeast’s response was, “Hmmm, a monkey playing chess in a park.” Altman instantly published a video sharing MrBeast’s idea about a monkey playing chess.

Vikram and everyone are feared, and still, OpenAI has not disclosed much about Sora. We know too little about it. Future updates of course will make us feel more clear about what we and people like Vikram should worry about.

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FAQ

1. What is OpenAI’s Sora?

A. OpenAI’s Sora is a text-to-video generator, developed by the creators of ChatGPT. It is designed to generate brief videos promptly in response to written instructions, offering a new way to create video content.

2. How does OpenAI’s Sora work?

A. OpenAI’s Sora uses advanced AI technology to convert text inputs into video sequences. It interprets the written instructions and generates corresponding visual content, making it a powerful tool for content creators looking to produce videos quickly and efficiently.

3. What are some potential concerns or implications of OpenAI’s Sora for content creators?

A. While OpenAI’s Sora offers exciting possibilities for content creation, it also raises concerns about the potential impact on traditional video production. Some creators worry about the tool’s ability to automate aspects of video creation, potentially reducing the need for human involvement in certain tasks.

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