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Elon Musk on ChatGPT: “One of the biggest risks to the future of civilization is AI”

Elon Musk on ChatGPT: “One of the biggest risks to the future of civilization is AI”

Elon Musk on ChatGPT: “One of the biggest risks to the future of civilization is AI”

Elon Musk assured that artificial intelligence is a great risk for the future of humanity. When he was asked about ChatGPTthe most popular AI-powered chatbot today, the tycoon gave his opinion, even though he confused OpenAI.

One of the biggest risks to the future of civilization is AI”, Musk said during the World Government Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, according to CNBC. “It is positive or negative and it has a great promise, a great capacityhe added, but He also remarked that “with that comes great danger.

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Musk even assured that artificial intelligence can be very dangerous. “I think we need to regulate AI security, frankly. I think it’s actually a bigger risk to society than cars, planes, or medicines.“, he claimed.

The billionaire also pointed out that ChatGPT has shown people how advanced artificial intelligence is today. “AI has been very advanced for a while. Simply did not have a user interface that was accessible to most people”, he added.

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He also assured that he has no voice or vote within OpenAI and that it has derailed from the objective for which it was created. “It was initially created as an open source non-profit organization. It is now closed source and for profit. I do not have an open participation in OpenAI, nor am I on the board, nor do I control it in any way”, he remarked.

It is not the first time that Musk has criticized the development of AI because he considers it dangerous. Already in 2018, the tycoon assured that artificial intelligence is “more dangerous than nuclear bombs during a conference in Texas. These statements he made only a month after leaving the OpenAI board.

Source: Elcomercio

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