OpenAI’s rapid AI research pace underscores need for robust, ethical governance in real-world applications.
GPT-3, the engine that powered the initial release of ChatGPT, learns about language by noting, from a trillion instances, which words tend to follow which other words.
AI chatbots like ChatGPT hallucinate answers, steal content and traffic from creators, and deny users the opportunity to learn.
Global guidelines are emerging to ensure governance in AI, but many low- and middle-income countries lag behind.
ChatGPT and other AI chatbots present a challenge to Google’s present revenue model, which relies heavily on advertising income.