Experts warn that artificial intelligence poses risks of extinction similar to epidemics and nuclear war.
boss behind the company Chat GPThead of Google’s AI lab, and CEO of Anthropic – another major artificial intelligence The company has signed the open letter.
“Mitigating the risk of AI extinction should become a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war,” it wrote.
The Center for Artificial Intelligence Safety, which issued the statement, said it wanted discussions because “it is difficult to express concerns about some of the most serious risks to advanced artificial intelligence”.
British computer scientist Jeffrey Hinton Yoshua Bengio, considered by many to be the “godfather” of artificial intelligence, also named himself warn.
More than 350 engineers, researchers or managers working in the field have signed up.
The rapidly growing capabilities of artificial intelligence have raised similar concerns among other high-profile figures in recent months.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak meets heads of leading AI companies, and Google boss Sundar Pichaion the need to regulate technology and reduce risk.
and Elon Musk joined the panel in March Calls for a six-month moratorium on the training of large language AI models — the type used by ChatGPT and similar chatbots.
The letter warns of “profound risks” and says robust systems should only be developed if it can be assured “their effects will be positive and their risks will be manageable”.
The spread of disinformation, the loss of millions of jobs, and even an existential threat to humanity are often cited as potential dangers if artificial intelligence continues to advance at a rapid pace.
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While still in its infancy, the technology has already attracted attention for its ability to create convincingly fake images and videos, as well as clone music tracks.
The popularity of ChatGPT is said to be Let the teachers “confused” Because they struggle to assess the benefits and risks of the education system.
Last week, ChatGPT’s capabilities grew again Gained access to real-time search datawhich means it can give answers based on the latest news and current events.