OpenAI, makers of the artificial intelligence-based chatbot ChatGPT, on Tuesday announced the launch of a more powerful version of the technology. Company co-founder Sam Altman said it was “the most capable and aligned model yet” with the ability to use images as well as text.
But the announcement failed to impress billionaire Elon Musk, who expressed concern about AI’s potential impact on the human labor market in the future. Mr. Musk was responding to a tweet about ChatGPT-4 passing various tests.
Mr. Musk tweeted, “What will be left for us humans to do? We better get a move on with Neuralink,”.
What will be left for us humans to do? We better get a move on with Neuralink!— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 14, 2023
Neuralink is a company founded in 2016 by Mr. Elon Musk that develops chips that can be implanted in the brains of humans.
According to its website, its initial goal is to help people with paralysis regain independence through control of computers and mobile devices. Neuralink also claims that the technology can treat brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Elon has been an outspoken critic of AI, warning about the potential dangers of creating artificial intelligence that is more intelligent than humans. He has also called for greater regulation and oversight of AI development.
His tweet sparked a flurry of responses on the micro-blogging platform. “I’m scared. Make me less scared. I don’t want to be irrelevant,” said one user.
Another user said, “Fewer than 2% of the jobs that ever existed still exist. Remember when “computer” was a job title? Humans will always find something to do,” the user tweeted.
Some gave a spiritual answer to the question. “Maybe enjoy our lives, express our creativity, and expand our consciousness.”
Information Source: NDTV
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