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Sam Altman, president of Y Combinator, at a conference in October 2017 in Calif
Technology — A group of business leaders and experts, including Sam Altman, creator of ChatGPT, on Tuesday, May 30, warned in an online statement of threats“extinction” For humanity shaped by the rise of artificial intelligence (AI).
It should be combating risks related to artificial intelligence “a global priority alongside other societal risks, such as pandemics and nuclear wars”the signatories wrote on the website of the Center for Artificial Intelligence Security, a US-based nonprofit.
Jeffrey Hinton, who is considered one of the founding fathers of artificial intelligence (AI) and also a signer of the forum, already warned of its dangers when he left his position at Google giant in early May.
Leading developments in the artificial intelligence industry “Profound dangers to society and humanity”was estimated at The New York Times.
In March, billionaire Elon Musk — a co-founder of OpenAI, who later left his board of directors — and hundreds of global experts called for a six-month break in research into powerful AI systems, citing ‘Great dangers to humanity’.
The increasingly rapid spread of artificial intelligence ” General “which has human cognitive capabilities and thus potentially disrupts many professions, is marked by OpenAI’s launch in March of GPT-4, a new, more powerful version of ChatGPT, open to the general public at the end of 2022.
American Sam Altman regularly doubles down on warnings for fear of artificial intelligence “causes great harm to the world”by manipulating elections or disrupting the labor market. Last week in Paris, he discussed with President Emmanuel Macron how to find “The right balance between protection and positive impact” from this technology.
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