“Preparing for the Rise of Superhuman AI: Taking the Right Steps”

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OpenAI, a company widely accepted as the leader in generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) develops and governs systems which could potentially exceed expert-level human capabilities. OpenAI’s CEO, Sam Altman, CTO, Greg Brockman, and Lead Scientist Ilya Sutskever recently penned a blog post discussing their stance on the advancement of ‘superintelligence’ -AI systems able to reach human level or even exceed it.

Many experts voicing concerns about the probability of machines surpassing human cognition, OpenAI’s idea of a ‘cautious approach’ is encouraging stronger collaborations between developers and companies, government oversight and the inclusion of the public in making decisions. These points reflect the answers that Altman provided to queries from Senate subcommittee members at a recent congressional hearing.

OpenAI believes that attempting to stop the apparently inescapable creation of a superintelligent AI would require a significant global surveillance regime and is simply not guaranteed to work. Accordingly, the only option seems to be the continued development of the necessary controls and regulations to protect humanity.

OpenAI is based in San Francisco and is a cutting-edge research centre for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. It was founded in 2015 by Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, and Ilya Sutskever, and is focused on researching and developing safe AI systems. Through its research, OpenAI seeks to push the boundaries of technology and has achieved success in developing techniques for artificial general intelligence. The organisation has released influential papers on robotics, automatic music composition, and natural-language processing, among other areas.

Sam Altman is an American entrepreneur, investor and programmer. He is the co-founder and CEO of OpenAI, and was previously the president of Y Combinator. He specializes in the development of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and natural language processing. Altman is the co-author of the OpenAI blog post which discussed the development and governance of “superintelligence”. Altman is also a well-known inventor and investor in the Silicon Valley and provides guidance to young entrepreneurs and investors regarding how to approach the development of AI technology. He is an active member of the tech community, appearing frequently on various podcasts, radio shows and TEDx talks regarding AI and Machine Learning.

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