Geoffry Hinton warns of chatbot dangers
RedationMay 3, 2023
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Geoffrey Hinton, has left his role in Google : after yesterday the New York Times gave the news, came his tweet in which he explained that he left in order to talk freely about the risks of AI, just he who is considered the "godfather".
"Google has acted very responsibly," he added.
His pioneering work on neural networks has shaped the AI systems that power many of today’s products.
"Right now, they’re not smarter than us, as far as I know. But I think they may soon be," explained Hinton who worked part-time at Google for a decade on the tech giant’s AI development efforts.
For some time now, however, she has been concerned about technology and its role in advancing it. "I console myself with the usual excuse: if I hadn’t done it, someone else would have," Hinton told the New York Times and told the BBC that the chatbot could soon surpass the information level of a human brain.
"Right now, what we’re seeing is that things like GPT-4 obscure a person in the amount of general knowledge he has and the obscure by far. In terms of reasoning, it is not so good, but already makes a simple reasoning. And given the pace of progress, we expect things to improve pretty quickly. So we have to worry about that," he explained to the BBC.
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