OpenAI, the research organization founded by tech luminaries including Elon Musk and Sam Altman, has developed a text-generating AI that can produce convincing and realistic language. The AI’s capabilities have raised concerns about potential misuse and ethical implications.
- OpenAI’s text-generating AI, called GPT-2, can produce high-quality text that is difficult to distinguish from that written by a human.
- The AI was designed to be able to complete tasks like translation, summarization, and answering questions.
- However, the organization has decided not to release the full version of GPT-2 to the public, citing concerns about the potential for misuse, such as generating fake news and impersonating individuals.
- Some experts have raised concerns about the potential for the technology to be used in malicious ways, such as creating convincing phishing emails or impersonating public figures.
- The development of GPT-2 has sparked debate about the ethical implications of AI technology and the need for responsible development and deployment practices.
- I think each of these companies that are spending millions on R&D in this space are going to make interesting advancements
- Some they will keep private, others they will share
- It’s early on, and it will be interesting to discover where the balance for the better lies…
- GPT-2 is the closest AI we have to make conversational AI a possibility. Although conversational AI is far from solved, chatbots powered by this technology could help doctors scale advice over chats, scale advice for potential suicide victims, improve translation systems, and improve speech recognition across applications.