Speaking at a Senate hearing, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said his biggest fear is that artificial intelligence could ’cause significant harm to the world.’ Sam Altman, the CEO of the company behind ChatGPT, expressed concern that artificial intelligence could”go quite wrong” at a Senate committee hearing on Tuesday focusing on how to regulate the rapidly developing field of AI.
Altman, who leads San Francisco-based OpenAI, said in response to a question about his greatest fear regarding AI that the technology and industry could”cause significant harm to the world” unless it is properly regulated.
“If this technology goes wrong, it can go quite wrong,” he told the Senate Judiciary’s Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law.”We want to be vocal about that. We want to work with the government to prevent that happening. But we have to be clear-eyed about it.” headtopics.com
Screenwriters want to stop AI from taking their jobs Asked by Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., about the risk that so-called large language models like ChatGPT, which can already predict public opinion with accuracy, could be used to manipulate people, such as undecided voters, Altman replied,”I’m nervous about it.
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