After Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Lopez voices concern over AI

She, however, opined that people should be open to all possibilities
After Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Lopez voices concern over AI

Days after actor Scarlett Johansson bared her fangs against OpenAI's chief Sam Altman over using a voice similar to hers in ChatGPT 4.0 system, Jennifer Lopez claims she faces similar issues.

Playing a titular data analyst who turns to AI resisting an evil robot's bid to destroy earth in her film Atlas, Lopez at the film's premiere in LA said the film did a good job in showing how AI could go wrong.

Recalling her bad experiences with AI, she said skincare products that she hasn't even heard of have used her "manipulated picture" of her face covered with wrinkles.

She, however, opined that people should be open to all possibilities.

Atlas follows Lopez's misanthropic and brilliant data analyst, who does not trust AI and enlists herself in an assignment to capture a robot she has a mysterious history with. When the mission goes amiss, she has no option but to trust the AI to save humanity's future.

Jeff Fierson and Brad Peyton are producing Atlas under the banner of ASAP Entertainment, with Tory Tunnell and Joby Harold of Safehouse Pictures; Sarah Schechter and Greg Berlanti of Berlanti/Schechter Films; and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Benny Medina, and Jennifer Lopez of Nuyorican Productions. Michael Riley McGrath and Samson Mücke are the executive producers of the film.

Atlas is now available in Netflix. This is Lopez's second film for the streaming platform after Mother in 2023.

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