Jennifer Lopez Opens Up About 'Really Scary' Experience With AI
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Despite experiencing the exploitative side of artificial intelligence, the 'Atlas' actress stresses the need to 'be respectful of AI' and 'be open to all possibilities.'

AceShowbiz - Jennifer Lopez has weighed in on the pros and cons of artificial intelligence. As many Hollywood actors have spoken against the use of AI in the filmmaking industry, the multi-hyphenate admitted that the technology can be "really scary."

The singer/actress, who plays an analyst hunting down an AI gone rogue in Netflix's "Atlas", opened up about her experience with AI during the Los Angeles premiere of the movie earlier this month. "I think this movie does a good job of showing how AI could go incredibly wrong, and this is how it could go really right," she told Variety.

The 54-year-old revealed she was disadvantaged with ads "selling skincare that I know nothing about" using manipulated photos of her face covered in "wrinkles." She claimed, "It's really scary. Right away we had them stealing our faces. So, yes, [AI] is really scary."

Despite experiencing the exploitative side of, J.Lo urged, "I think you should be respectful of AI...We have to be open to all possibilities. These movies that are talking about AI - especially this one - do a really good job of showing both sides."

Her "scary" experience with AI aside, J.Lo's co-star Sterling K. Brown shared about his experience working with the "On the Floor" hitmaker. The actor, who plays a military officer fighting alongside J.Lo's Atlas, said he was astonished by her work ethic.

"Moguls be moguling," he gushed. "She was talking earlier today how she has brought down her level of commitments. I would have marveled to see her at full tilt, because it looked like it was full tilt when we were together. There was always something happening."

"We had nice little side conversations between takes," the Oscar-nominated actor added. "I asked her about being a Fly Girl [on 'In Living Color']. She had a few good Rosie Perez stories."

"Atlas", which also stars Simu Liu as fugitive AI terrorist Harlan, was released on Netflix on May 24. The sci-fi action film quickly rose to become No. 1 film on the streamer despite negative reviews from critics.

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