In an age of deepfakes, post-truth and artificial intelligence, the word of the year is “authentic.”
The tech company has been under intense scrutiny after the board fired its CEO before reinstating him this week.
The tech giant had previously announced that it was bringing in Altman and former OpenAI President Greg Brockman to lead a new AI research team.
Emmett Shear voiced his concerns about the dangers of artificial intelligence in a resurfaced clip.
Altman will lead a new advanced AI research team at the tech giant along with some of his former colleagues.
Brad Lightcap wrote in the note that the news “took everyone by surprise.”
A review found Altman was “not consistently candid in his communications with the board,” the company said. Board chair Greg Brockman later said he quit.
The technology is here, whether we want it or not.
“Six of the submitted cases appear to be bogus judicial decisions with bogus quotes and bogus internal citations," the judge overseeing the case said.
Worries about artificial intelligence systems outsmarting humans and running wild have intensified with the rise of a new generation of highly capable AI chatbots such as ChatGPT.