Tech leaders from Google search boss Prabhakar Raghavan to Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak warn that ChatGPT
With the advent of ChatGPT bots, there has been a recent rise in the number of tech leaders speaking out about the potential dangers of these A.I. tools. Google search boss Prabhakar Raghavan is one of the most outspoken opponents of these bots, and has even gone so far as to say that they can make “horrible mistakes.”
Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak has also spoken out against ChatGPT bots, saying that they are “dangerous” and that we may not even be aware of the mistakes they make.
These warnings come as chatbots become increasingly more sophisticated and are able to give “convincing but completely fictitious” answers, according to Raghavan.
As chatbots become more advanced, it is becoming increasingly difficult to tell whether or not they are giving accurate information. This is dangerous because people may start to rely on these bots for information, without realizing that the information they are getting is not accurate.
chatbots also have the potential to make “horrible mistakes” because they are not capable of understanding the complexities of human conversation. For example, a chatbot may mistakenly say something offensive or even dangerous if it does not understand the context of a conversation.
These warnings from tech leaders should be taken seriously, as chatbots become more and more common. We should be careful about the information we trust from these bots, and make sure to double check their answers before we rely on them.