Since the search engine juggernaut announced Bard’s arrival, the AI competition between Google and Microsoft has gotten more competitive.
Before making this significant revelation, it was made known that Microsoft also intended to integrate ChatGPT as a component of Microsoft Bing, which would represent a significant AI integration.
For users, the introduction of sophisticated artificial intelligence models is really exciting.
The unexpected implications these advancements might have, however, worry AI experts.
Experts are concerned about the Google and Microsoft AI race.
One of the AI ethicists concerned about the growing AI race is Beena Ammanath, CEO of the Global Deloitte AI Institute.
She connected the creation of Jurassic Park to the rise of artificial intelligence. Although there are “warning notices on the fences, but leaving all the gates open,” the AI specialist explained.
Ammanath claimed that the bias problem in AIs has not been overcome and that AI bots are still unable to distinguish between fiction and reality.
“It efficiently spreads false information. The material is incomprehensible to it. It can therefore spew forth absolutely illogical but true stuff “Beena was added via CNN Business.
The fact that AI can confidently offer false information makes this issue much more problematic.
In January, this problem was already evident. According to a number of sources, the American media website CNET supposedly deployed a technology that was driven by AI.
However, due to flaws in a number of the pieces, the publishing company was forced to make adjustments.
Risks Arise From Generative AIs
Experts are concerned about generative AIs in addition to ChatGPT, Bard, and other conversational AI models.
While generative AIs are criticised because they can impact audio and visual enjoyment, conversational AIs have the potential to worsen disinformation.
In a recent episode of Corridor Crew, it was discussed how, should the court rule in favour of the defendant in a dispute using Stable Diffusion, AI businesses would be able to benefit from “fair use.”
For additional information, see our earlier article on the Stable Diffusion AI case.
At this point, it is difficult to say if AI’s potential advantages will be greater than its dangers in particular fields.
You as a user can aid in reducing the negative consequences of AI by being aware of your own limits when utilising various types of artificial intelligence.
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