It’s called Generative Artificial Intelligence and is shaking up big tech.
There are growing concerns about AI-driven chat programs like OpenAI’s chatGPT and Google’s Bard. They’re capable of producing content from essays to images and could soon transform how we all work.
Tech leaders and researchers are calling for AI labs to pause development of the most advanced systems citing “profound risks to society and humanity.”
Joining the discussion:
- Mark Niu is a CGTN Correspondent.
- Jibu Elias is an AI Ethicist and Founder of the Institute for Governance of Frontier Technologies.
- Joe Toscano is the founder of DataGrade and brings technology literacy to the masses.
Geoffrey Hinton, the man widely considered as the "godfather" of artificial intelligence, left Google — with a message sharing his concerns about potential dangers stemming from the same technology he helped build. https://t.co/MOclJpkyFw
— The Associated Press (@AP) May 3, 2023
Meta says ChatGPT-related malware is on the rise https://t.co/l0mEtUrjzA pic.twitter.com/NWzOg30eIw
— Reuters (@Reuters) May 3, 2023