OpenAI Predicts AI outsmarting Humans in Many Areas


Technology startup OpenAI, responsible for creating the artificial intelligence powered chatbot, ChatGPT, recently made a statement claiming that the human-like technology has the potential to surpass mankind in many areas, with unprecedented power, in the coming years. Their blog post indicated that AGI (artificial general intelligence), also dubbed superintelligence, will be more powerful with both benefits and detriments than any technology humanity has come across.

OpenAI’s CEO, Sam Altman, together with co-founders Greg Brockman and Ilya Sutskever, argued that AI superintelligence will be adopted faster due to the stupendous upsides it offers. Moreover, they suggested that stopping AI, as it is inherently part of our technological path, can only be achieved by implementing a comprehensive surveillance system, something that is highly unlikely. This prompted Altman to urge legislators and regulators to step up and plan out strategies for preparing for the overwhelming power of superintelligence.

Last week, Mr. Altman appeared before a congressional hearing and was asked questions concerning the potential risks posed by AI. During the hearing, he suggested the implementation of licensing tests and approval requirements when developing AI systems.

On the other hand, OpenAI is a multinational technology company that was founded in 2015. The company develops and publishes products for artificial intelligence research such as open-source software platforms and algorithms. Besides, the company provides services for software development, research, and customer support using technology created by its team of scientists and engineers. By offering access to realistic virtual worlds, OpenAI develops new AI technologies and techniques while using them to make the world a better place.

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With a combined experience of over three decades in computer science and technology, Sam Altman is the CEO of OpenAI. He is an angel investor and the co-founder of Y Combinator, a mentor-driven accelerator program, where he serves as its president. His work with OpenAI is centered on San Francisco, while his angel investment activities are based in Palo Alto, California.

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