With ChatGPT making waves, President Biden hosts a meeting to discuss and safeguard the public from the risks posed by such advancements.
With AI rapidly growing and taking over many industries, the generative artificial intelligence has become the talk of the town. Apps such as ChatGPT have been sparking a rush amongst many companies, who believe it will change the nature of work itself.
This attention has caught the eye of US President Joe Biden, who now has set The White House to host the top AI companies that include Google and Microsoft as part of Alphabet Inc., inviting them to discuss the perils that these advanced technologies might pose.
Millions of people worldwide have begun testing and using these tools, which investors and pro AI experts have said make medical diagnoses, create legal briefs, write scripts and screenplays, debug software and much more. Such vast usage of these AI advancements have therefore led others to fear the high probability of privacy violations, losing employment, misinformation, power of scamming, etc.
A senior administrator speaking on the issue said, “We aim to have a frank discussion about the risks we see in current and near-term AI development.”
The meeting held on Thursday will include Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, OpenAI’s Sam Altman and others, along with Vice President Kamala Harris, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and other officials.