OpenAI’s founder built a $1 billion company to make sure artificial intelligence doesn’t destroy the world.
- Altman argued that AI has the potential to be incredibly beneficial but also very dangerous, and that the risks can’t be fully understood until it’s developed further.
- He said that AI regulation is inevitable and that it’s important to start thinking about it now. He also cautioned against rushing to develop AI without considering the risks.
- Altman discussed OpenAI’s approach to developing ethical AI, which includes not releasing some of their more advanced technologies to the public.
- He also talked about the importance of transparency and accountability in the development of AI, and the need to consider how it will impact society as a whole.
- The article also highlights a report from the Partnership on AI, a group that includes Microsoft, that calls for AI safety measures and regulation, including the establishment of a new government agency to oversee AI development.
- I think the genie is out of the bottle and despite all best efforts companies and people are going to rush forward as fast as they can regardless of the risk…
- ChatGPT has more than 100 million users and has sparked a race among tech companies to surpass it with their own language models. OpenAI’s valuation has soared to more than $100 billion.
- “Tech companies have not fully prepared for the consequences of this dizzying pace of deployment of next-generation AI technology,
- In a post last week titled “Planning for AGI and Beyond,” OpenAI CEO Sam Altman explained what the company means