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Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI and the person who made ChatGPT, recently said in an interview that he is “a little bit scared” of what the AI chatbot could do. In an interview with ABC News, he said that ChatGPT could “get rid of” a lot of jobs for people.
Altman said, “We need to be careful here.” “I think people should be glad that we are a little bit scared of this,” .
In an interview with ABC News
, he said that ChatGPT could “eliminate” many jobs for people. “We have to be careful here,” Altman said. People should be happy that we’re scared of this, “he said.
was worried that the AI bot could be used for bad things. “I’m especially worried that these models could be used to spread a lot of false information. Since they are getting better at writing computer code, they could be used to launch cyberattacks.”
He goes on to say that ChatGPT is a tool that is “very much in human control.” Still, he is worried about who will be in charge. “There will be people who don’t care about some of the safety rules we set up. I think society has a limited amount of time to figure out how to control, deal with, and respond to this “He mentions.
OpenAI has just put out the ChatGPT-4
version of the bot. In a blog post, the company said the new chatbot is “more creative and collaborative.” “compared to older versions, especially when it comes to things like writing songs or movies.
Users in India can also join ChatGPT Plus now that the business has done so. The statement says that Indian customers can now use new features like GPT-4 right away. OpenAI says that ChatGPT-4 does a lot better than its predecessor.
During the interview, Altman said that the ChatGPT AI bot could have many different jobs. “I think that over a few generations, people have shown that they are very good at adapting to big changes in technology.
The thing that worries me the most is that if this happens in ten years or less, some of these changes might not be smooth.”
He said in the interview. “We have a lot of ideas and make new jobs with them. We find new things to do, “Added he.