ChatGPT mimicking humans is the ‘greater danger’: Frances Haugen
Beyond the Screen co-founder Frances Haugen discusses the emergence of ChatGPT and the ethical trap of advanced artificial intelligence on ‘The Claman Countdown.’
Billionaire Mark Cuban is telling people to be careful when using artificial intelligence (AI) tools like ChatGPT and DaVinci, cautioning that there are very few guardrails in place to help determine fact from fiction.
Cuban joined "The Problem with Jon Stewart," an Apple TV+ podcast, warning that technology’s next "big battle" won’t be over who’s running operations at Twitter.
"It's who controls the AI models and the information that goes in them," Cuban told Stewart in December. "Once these things start taking on a life of their own, and that's the foundation of a ChatGPT, a DaVinci 3.5 taking on a life of its own, so the machine itself will have an influence, and it'll be difficult for us to define why and how the machine makes the decisions that it makes and who controls the machine."
ChatGPT and its growing competitors are part of a fresh wave of sophisticated computer intelligence called generative AI, which are systems that can produce content from text to images.
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They can also respond to queries with human-like precision, which has some entrepreneurs and education leaders concerned over the possible spread of misinformation and infringement on intellectual property.