Following the publication of a letter in which various technology experts, including Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple) Elon Muskthey will ask the company Open AI temporarily halt the development of new models of artificial intelligence superior to GPT-4 the company decided to temporarily stop.
He CEO of Open AI, Sam ALTMAN, He assured that the letter made public had flaws.
The most obvious, as he commented in a lecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (WITH), is that the letter did not contain any information about the aspect of development that needed to be stopped.
Altman explained that even before the document was released, his company was not working on a possible version of a artificial intelligence as GPT-5so the letter seemed “ridiculous”.
The CEO of Open AI He acknowledged that his company needs to be careful because he considers the requirements for security measures to be more important and that is important.
“We do something other than GPT-4, I think he has all kinds of problems security it’s important to address and they were omitted from the letter,” Altman said.
Although in principle Open AI have agreed to take a break from your program artificial intelligencethis does not necessarily mean that they will completely stop the arrival of improved features for the current version of GPT-4 or even the implementation of a version 4.5 from the program.
Elon Musk, decided to enter this market on its own with a project to integrate this technology into Twitter services and even went so far as to found X.AIown business in order to compete in this market Open AI.
Musk hasn’t gone into detail about what he actually wants to do with his AI model yet, but this one should be different from ChatGPT because on several occasions the CEO of Twitter has criticized Open AI for the path he followed even though he was part of the team himself in 2015, before stepping away in 2018.
In Twitterthe artificial intelligence that would be created would have uses similar to those of a virtual assistant dedicated exclusively to the social network, since it would provide improved features such as the search system, to make it much more intuitive.
Moreover, artificial intelligence could open the doors to new ways of advertisement, especially in a period when there is a need to generate such revenue on Twitter after the majority of its advertisers have left the platform.
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