In an interview with ABC News, Sam Altman said “people should be happy” as the company is “a little scared” by the potential of AI. He acknowledged that AI could take many jobs from humans, but could also lead to “much better” jobs.

He said he was in “regular communication” with government officials and that regulators and the public should be involved in the ChatGPT presentation.

Recall that OpenAI this week introduced GPT-4, its latest language model running ChatGPT. Altman described the GPT-4 as “less biased” and “more creative” than previous versions.

Source: Ferra

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