Dubai, United Arab Emirates (AP) – CEO of ChatGPT-maker OpenAI Tuesday said the dangers that keep him up at night regarding artificial intelligence are “very subtle social misconceptions” that could sabotage the system.
Sam Altman reiterated his call, speaking via a video call at the World Government Summit in Dubai Organization like International Atomic Energy Agency Will be created to oversee AI which is possibly advancing faster than the world expects.
“There are some things that are easy to imagine where things really go wrong. And I’m not so interested in killer robots walking down the street and things going wrong,” Altman said. “I’m more interested in the very subtle social misalignment where we have these systems in society and without any means to particularly ill-intention, things go horribly wrong.”
However, Altman stressed that the AI industry, like OpenAI, should not be in the driver’s seat when it comes to creating regulations that govern the industry.
“We are still very much in the discussion stage. So you know, everyone in the world is having a conference. Everyone has an idea, a policy paper, and that’s OK,” Altman said. “I think we’re still in a time where debate is needed and healthy, but in the next few years someone “At the point, I think we have to move toward an action plan with real buy-in around the world.”
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