With the release of GPT-4 a few days ago, ChatGPT became even more powerful. ChatGPT can receive image inputs and produce the appropriate output due to the improved language model. In comparison to its predecessor, it is also considerably more capable of tackling jobs that are more complex. Moreover, GPT-4 has excelled on a number of tests. The chatbot scored an 88 percentile on the LSAT and an 89 percentile on the SAT Math. Also, it scored 80 percent on the GRE quantitative exam and 99 percent on the GRE verbal exam. With its extraordinary capabilities, ChatGPT is feared by many, and some claim that it may eventually displace a large number of human occupations.
Sam Altman, the creator of OpenAI, the parent firm of ChatGPT, admits the possibility of chatbots replacing human workers. He does, however, add that there is no end to human inventiveness and that new occupations and possibilities will materialize. In an interview with ABC News, Altman discussed the potential for artificial intelligence to displace some human employment. He continued by expressing concern over how soon the transformation may occur. The CEO does add, though, that people have “limitless” ingenuity and will eventually come up with fresh ideas. “I believe that over a few generations, humanity has shown that it is remarkably capable of adjusting to significant technical changes. I’m most concerned about is if this occurs in a single-digit number of years, some of these adjustments”
Sam Altman also asserts that ChatGPT should be viewed as a tool rather than as a substitute for actual human interaction. “The human imagination is boundless, and we create new jobs. We discover fresh activities, “The CEO continued. In the same interview, Altman also admitted to feeling apprehensive about his invention and concerned that false information would be disseminated via it. “We’ve got to be careful here,” he remarked, and added, “I think people should be delighted that we are a little bit terrified of this. If I stated I wasn’t, I think you should either not believe me or be very sad that I had this job.”
Altman expressed concern that ChatGPT might be used to disseminate erroneous information “I’m particularly concerned that widespread deception could be conveyed using these models. They could be exploited for offensive cyberattacks now that they are becoming better at writing computer code,” he said. The CEO of OpenAI continued by saying that although people are in charge of the AI tool, he cannot be certain of those humans.
He continued, “There will be other people who don’t put on some of the safety constraints that we put on,” and he believed society had a certain amount of time to choose how to respond, regulate, and control it. Sam Altman, who was raised in St. Louis, Missouri, showed a strong interest in coding from an early age. After working for several startups, Sam founded OpenAI in 2015 with the goal of preventing AI from potentially destroying humans. The business started out as a nonprofit research organization committed to the mission. One of the organization’s founders was Elon Musk. He did, however, leave it in 2018.