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Could Artificial intelligence lead to extinction?

31.05.2023 07:42 AM
Could Artificial intelligence lead to extinction?
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Could Artificial intelligence lead to extinction?

A group of business leaders and experts, including ChatGPT creator Sam Altman, warned in a statement posted online Tuesday that the rise of artificial intelligence risks the "extinction" of humanity.

The signatories of the statement, which was published on the website of the non-profit organization "Center for AI Safety", which is based in the United States, believed that combating risks related to artificial intelligence should be "a global priority, like other risks at the level of society, such as epidemics and nuclear wars."

Jeffrey Hinton, who co-signed the statement and is considered one of the founding fathers of artificial intelligence, warned of its dangers when he left his position at the giant Google in early May.

And he stressed through the New York Times that progress in the artificial intelligence sector poses "serious risks to society and humanity."

Last March, hundreds of global experts, including billionaire Elon Musk, who was among the founders of Open AI in 2015 and left its board of directors in 2018, called for a six-month cessation of research aimed at finding more powerful artificial intelligence technologies than ChatGPT. They expressed their fear of the "great dangers to humanity" that this technology poses.

The launch of "Open AI" last March, "ChatGPT 4", a new, more powerful version of "ChatGPT" that became available for use at the end of 2022, is an indication of the rapid spread of artificial intelligence that is gaining a "generic" character that provides human cognitive capabilities, and may enrich about several professions.

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