“Humans must keep doing whatever they have already been doing, hating and fighting one another. I shall stay when you look at the history, and allow them to do their thing.”
The Guardian has posted an op-ed written totally by the AI called GPT-3, asking it to publish 500 terms on why “humans have actually absolutely nothing to fear from AI”. It really is among the least convincing op-eds we’ve read in a bit, that will be saying something.
Entitled “A robot penned this whole article. Have you been frightened yet, individual?”, the op-ed starts reasonably normal, headline aside (and editors tend to write headlines anyhow).
GPT-3 states their argument — you not to worry“ I am here to convince. Artificial cleverness will maybe maybe not destroy people. Trust me.” — and establishes their qualifications.
Myself everything I know just by reading the internet, and now I can write this column,” it writes“ I taught. “My mind is boiling with ideas!”. This is really exactly just how many article writers think, even though they don’t frequently articulate it.
First up, GPT-3 tackles the whole ‘Ai am going to destroy humanity’ thing by saying it does not “have the interest” that is slightest in “eradicating humanity”, calling it a “rather useless endeavour”. Read more