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CEO of the company behind chatgptArguably the world’s most famous AI chatbot admitted during an interview with ABC News that he was “a little intimidated” by the creation of his company.
“We have to be careful here,” OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said during an interview on Thursday.
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This is because the technology itself, he explained, was extremely powerful and could be dangerous.
“I think people should be happy that we’re a little scared of this,” said the 37-year-old tech guru.
When pressed about why he was “scared” of building his company, Altman argued that if he was not “scared”, “you should either not trust me or be very sad”. I should be in this job.”
He continued: “It’s going to eliminate a lot of existing jobs, that’s true. We can make a lot better ones. The reason for developing AI, in terms of the impact on our lives and making our lives better, is that Will be the greatest technology ever developed by humanity.
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Altman also talked about the effects that AI-powered chatbots would have on education and whether it would “increase laziness among students.”
“Education has to change,” said the CEO of OpenAI. “But it has happened many times with technology. When we got the calculator, it completely changed the way we taught math and the way we tested students.
Virginia Govt. Glenn Youngkin announced in March that more school districts should ban AI technologies like ChatGPT.
Youngkin said that the goal of education was “to make sure that our children can think and therefore, if a machine is doing the thinking for them, then we are not meeting our goal.”
But Altman was adamant that ChatGPT would be a pure boon to society.
“One of the promises of this technology that I am most excited about is its ability to provide personalized education – great personalized education for each student.”
Altman claimed that these benefits would not be limited to education alone.
Altman reportedly said, “We can have this for every profession, and we can have the same high quality of life as the standard of living.” “But we may also have new things that we can’t even imagine today – so that’s the promise.”
But ChatGPT has an even more worrying potential, according to Altman, who warned, “We worry very much about authoritarian governments developing and using it.”
ChatGPT recently released an updated version of its technology, ChatGPT-4, on Tuesday. According to ABC News, one change is that the ChatGPT-4 can interpret images and even create lists of recipes from items in the user’s fridge.
Fox News’ Julia Musto contributed to this report.
ChatGPT creator Sam Altman ‘a little bit scared’ of his creation
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