OpenAI: “ChatGPT could cause a lot of damage”
The CEO of OpenAi affirmed that, although this chatbot is not made for evil, it could be used in the wrong way
The CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, expressed his concern that his ChatGPT system could cause “significant damage to the world” and believes that misuse of this technology, in the absence of a solid regulation that regulates it, could have catastrophic consequences.
This was expressed by the executive director of the company that creates tools such as Whisper and Dall-E2, who appeared before the Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and Law of the Committee on the Judiciary of the United States Senate to request this body to regulate the use of systems as its ‘chatbot’.
Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems are criticized by authorities and users because malicious actors use them to carry out phishing campaigns or spread hate messages, among other harmful and criminal activities.
Due to the concern generated by the misuse of this technology, the executive director of the company appeared before the upper house of the US Congress to express his willingness to work with legislators and institutions in order to address the risks presented by this ‘chatbot’.
“We believe it is essential to develop regulations that incentivize the safety of AI while ensuring that people can access the many benefits of the technology,” Altman said.
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