Father of internet warns: Don’t rush investments into A.I. just because ChatGPT ‘is really cool’
The internet has always been a volatile place. Remember when MySpace was the cool new thing? And then Facebook came along and rendered it obsolete? The same thing is happening now with ChatGPT.
ChatGPT is the new messaging app that is taking the internet by storm. It is simple, user-friendly, and most importantly, it is free. This has made it very popular with users, who are quickly ditching apps like WhatsApp and Telegram in favor of ChatGPT.
However, not everyone is happy about ChatGPT’s rise to prominence. Some experts are warning that people should not invest too heavily in the app, as it could easily be replaced by something new in the future.
One of the most vocal opponents of ChatGPT is none other than the father of the internet, Sir Tim Berners-Lee. In an interview with CNBC, he warned people not to “rush investments into A.I. just because ChatGPT ‘is really cool.'”
He went on to say that Google is “pushing AI to market before it’s really ready” and that this could have “dangerous consequences.”
These warnings are not to be taken lightly. With the amount of money and resources that are being poured into ChatGPT, it is obvious that it is viewed as a major threat by the established players in the tech industry.
It remains to be seen whether ChatGPT will be able to withstand the pressure and survive in the long run. However, one thing is for sure: the internet is going to be a very interesting place to watch in the coming months and years.