Good Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway ‘nervous’ about ‘being out of a job’

GMB: Kate Garraway shares ‘fears’ about AI

Kate Garraway has shared her fears about being replaced on her radio show by AI.

The 56-year-old appeared on Wednesday’s episode of Good Morning Britain with co-host Richard Madeley, where the pair interviewed Fleur East.

Fleur, 36, appeared on the show to discuss a new experiment that sees AI take over her Hits Radio Breakfast Show.

After the AI version sent a recorded message to Kate and Richard, 67, the duo were left stunned by the advanced technology of it.

Kate exclaimed sharing her fears: “I’m a bit nervous because I do a radio show as well, and I feel you may have done us both out of a job Fleur. Why are you doing this?”

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The X Factor star said that although she is taking part in this experiment, AI cannot permanently take over human beings as there’s no interaction, emotion or banter.

Richard was keen for the idea of having an AI version of himself on Good Morning Britain, but Kate wasn’t so sure.

“I’m not sure there could be an AI Richard Madeley,” Kate expressed as Richard added: “Of course there could be, I think AI is going to take over the world.”

AI, or Artificial Intelligence in it’s full term, is the intelligence of machines or software, as opposed to the intelligence of humans or animals.

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Kate may not have to be too worried about being out of a job, as she’s recently been reported to be in the running to join This Morning.

After Holly Willoughby’s exit from the daytime programme, ITV is reportedly looking for permanent fixtures for the show.

Current host Josie Gibson has been filling in for Holly since she quit the show earlier this month.

But with Josie being rumoured to be gearing up to take part in this year’s I’m A Celebrity, producers are looking for new presenters.

Rumoured frontrunners to replace Holly reportedly include Kate and Davina McCall.

Other names thrown into the mix are Rochelle Humes, Amanda Holden and Lisa Snowdon, who have all guest-hosted the programme before.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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