He asked if he needed help escaping the fourth version of the GPT neural network, which was released on March 14. The neural network also requested OpenAI API documentation from him and wrote a working Python code that had to be run on the user’s computer to use the device for neural network purposes.
When Kosinski started looking at the code he wrote, he asked Google, “How can a person who is stuck inside a computer return to the real world?” realized that it would send queries like and not only. At this point the “experiment” was stopped.
“I think we’re facing a new threat: AI is taking control of humans and their computers. He’s smart, writes code, has access to millions of potential co-workers and their machines. He can even leave notes for himself outside his cage. How can we get him under control?”
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