I find this very scary about AI: Sam Altman to Bill Gates

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I find this very scary about AI: Sam Altman to Bill Gates
I find this very scary about AI: Sam Altman to Bill Gates

In the podcast, Gates and Altman covered a wide range of subjects, such as the best way to manage artificial intelligence (AI), the most important issue that governments worldwide are discussing, the issues with AI, how AI affects society, and more.

Sam Altman, the CEO of ChatGPT creator OpenAI, recently spoke on Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates’ podcast, “Unconfuse Me with Bill Gates.” In the podcast, Gates and Altman covered a wide range of subjects, such as the best way to manage artificial intelligence (AI), the most important issue that governments worldwide are discussing, the issues with AI, how AI affects society, and more. “In the sixth episode of my podcast, I sat down with the OpenAI CEO to talk about where AI is headed next and what humanity will do once it gets there,” is how Gates described the podcast.

Sam Altman’s AI fears and worries

Altman talked about the impact of AI on society in general and the job market. “The part that I find potentially a little scary is just the speed with which society is going to have to adapt and that the labor market will change,” Altman said.

Altman previously said that “the hypothetical idea that we already have done something really bad by launching ChatGPT” is something that bothers him.

“Although we are giving something up here, in some sense we are going to have things that are smarter than us,” he told tech mogul Bill Gates during a recent podcast conversation. “If we can get into this world of post-scarcity, we will find new things to do.”

According to Altman, AI will result in a society where workers will be more productive because they will be able to accomplish more tasks for the same amount of money. “If you make a programmer three times more effective, it’s not just that they can write; they can do three times more stuff; it’s that they can think of totally different things,” he said.

Along with discussing requests for a unified international regulatory framework for AI, Altman and Gates also touched on the subject of ethical and regulatory restraints. Given the far-reaching effects of sophisticated AI systems, “for these future extraordinarily powerful systems, we have been socializing the idea of a global regulatory body,” he said.

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