Mira Murati, the chief technology officer at OpenAI, has recently argued for the regulation of AI technology like ChatGPT. She notes that AI poses fundamental risks as it can be misused or taken advantage of by bad actors. To her, regulation is necessary to manage the use of AI so that it is aligned with human values.
Murati’s comments raise interesting questions about the ethics of AI. As the use of chatbots and other tools increases, creators of AI technology are taking risks into consideration. Suggestions that others weigh in on AI use and regulation perhaps indicate widespread desires to incorporate it more widely into daily life in a sustainable and ethical way.
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