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  • Burger King ads highlight where AI tech falls short
  • Burger King ads highlight where AI tech falls short
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Burger King ads highlight where AI tech falls short

Burger King has released a series of humorously bad adverts that it claims were written entirely by AI. As Americans become more concerned about the threats automation and AI poses to their jobs in the future, Burger King is looking to ease such fears by pointing out areas where tech falls short.

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