ChatGPT is an advanced chatbot that has the potential to make people’s lives easier and help them with everyday tedious tasks like writing emails or navigating the web for answers. However, there are certain technical details before it can be widely used to avoid negative consequences such as the spread of misinformation. In general, AI and ML models rely on a lot of training and fine-tuning to reach an ideal level of performance.
Does this mean artificial intelligence is taking over the world? Not yet, maybe, but OpenAI’s Altman certainly thinks human-like intelligence in AI isn’t that far off now. In response to Musk’s comment about dangerously strong AI, Altman tweeted: “I agree with being close to dangerously strong AI in the sense of, for example, AI that poses a huge cyber security risk. So we should take that risk very seriously.”
He also noted: “It’s interesting that people are starting to debate whether strong AI systems behave as users want or as their creators intended. The question of whose values we align these systems with will be one of the most important debates society has ever had.”