The Future of ChatGPT: Bill Gates Interviews Sam Altman on AI and Regulations
In a recent episode of the Unconfuse Me podcast, Bill Gates interviews Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, to discuss the past, present, and future of ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence-powered language model. The conversation delved into the potential regulations that may impact ChatGPT and other AI technologies.
- ChatGPT has evolved into a powerful AI medium that can hear, see, and speak, raising concerns about regulations.
- OpenAI has released GPT-4, a more creative and collaborative version of the language model, with new capabilities such as composing songs.
- Sam Altman foresees ChatGPT becoming multimodal, reliable, and customizable in the near future.
- Bill Gates and Sam Altman also discussed the need for regulations to govern the use of AI, with examples from the EU and the US.
The Future of ChatGPT According to Sam Altman
Sam Altman envisions ChatGPT becoming even more versatile in the next two years, with the ability to reason well, generate videos and audio, and offer customizability and personalization.
Regulations Around AI Discussed
The conversation also touched on the need for regulations to govern the use of AI technologies, such as the recently agreed-upon Artificial Intelligence Act in the EU and the Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of AI in the US.
For the full episode of Bill Gates interviewing Sam Altman on ChatGPT and AI, click here.
This news article was brought to you by GPTNewsRoom.com, your source for the latest AI news and developments.