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Open Letter to Halt AI Research After GPT-4 Woz, Elon Musk, and MORE have all signed it, but why?

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Image Credit: MLY The Future of Life Institute just published a new open letter, which is a request to all artificial intelligence (AI) developers worldwide to temporarily halt the development of deep learning technology. According to this letter, businesses should pull back from their development for at least six months before continuing to train AIs beyond GPT-4. More than 1,300 people have already signed the letter, and several well-known names may be found on the list.

Silicon Giants Join Open Letter to Halt AI Advances

The Future of Life Institute has published an open letter requesting that artificial intelligence researchers halt their research for a minimum of six months. The letter asserts that there are considerable hazards or dangers existing in this quickly developing sector, and that anything beyond GPT-4, the most recent technology from OpenAI, should be put aside for the time being. Silicon titans and well-known figures in the field demonstrate their support and agreement by endorsing or signing this open letter to tech firms researching AI. It includes people like Elon Musk, the millionaire CEO of Tesla, Twitter, and SpaceX, Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, Pinterest's Evan Sharp, and Emad Mostaque, the CEO of Stability AI. Academics from prestigious universities and institutes throughout the world are also there with the tech titans. Why Does the IT Sector Want AI Research to Stop? "Unfortunately, this level of planning and management is not happening, even though recent months have seen AI labs locked in an out-of-control race to develop and deploy ever more powerful digital minds that no one - not even their creators - can understand, prioritise, or control, according to the widely-endorsed Asilomar AI Principles. Chat GPT 4 Image Credit: SY Concern is centered on the enormous risks posed by AI, which, if improperly controlled, may get out of hand, rule the entire planet, and endanger the general people. Development of AI and its Rapid Development Without a question, AI is one of the fastest-emerging and expanding industries today, thanks to ChatGPT and OpenAI's recent innovations, which have had a significant impact. The chatbot now has plug-ins that the firm just released, allowing customers to add their chosen services and connect to the internet instantly. Together with the plug-ins, OpenAI unveiled GPT-4, the organization's updated version of the GPT-3 model, which was first released in 2020. Bing's AI is currently powered by the more sophisticated and competent language model, coupled with Microsoft's Office Copilot and other experiences that show off its strength and potential to the general public. Chat GPT 4 Image Credit: STP Businesses like Midjourney also unveiled their most recent advancements in generative AI, showcasing the deep learning technology's potential to reach previously unimaginable heights. Despite all of this, experts, academics, and business leaders are considering regulating the AI industry since there are serious risks if it is not closely watched. Read More: Microsoft Surface Duo 2 is currently sold out; is the production on halt? This is addressed in the most recent open letter, which calls on AI-developing enterprises to temporarily suspend their breakthroughs in order to improve global planning and usage of the goods.  

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