AI expert warns of too much ‘hype’: Humans will still be in charge, won’t be ‘pets’ to new tech
According to an artificial intelligence (AI) expert, one of the biggest threats from the emerging technology is the US military falling behind other countries. Unbelievable “woke” bias In Chat GPS. However, Robert J. Marks II, PhD, a professor at Baylor University, struck back against sci-fi warnings of sentient machines and assured Americans that they would not become “pets” of all the controlling technology.
In an interview with Fox News Digital, Marks, director of the Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence, suggested that culture gets a lot wrong about technology. “I maintain that all technology goes through what I call a hype curve,” he advised.
Chat GPT. AI is an attempt to transform communication between humans and technology through computers. People ask him questions and get text message-style answers. Regarding ChatGPT, Marcus dismisses it as unreliable: “They don’t tell the truth. In fact, ChatGPT, when you log on to it, says… ‘On these facts.’ Don’t trust what we’re telling you.'” (The full chat GPT warning reads: “While we have security measures in place, the system may occasionally generate false or misleading information and generate offensive or biased content. It may. It is not intended to be advice.”)
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Marks said of Chat GPT-style software: “They’re not creative. They don’t understand. They have a terrible sense of humor.”
Chat about GPT’s capabilities, “One thing to acknowledge is that there are a lot of people out there making a lot of hyperbolic claims for this artificial intelligence… and that’s exciting news and it’s good clickbait.” Is.”
To those worried about robots taking over, Marks assured, “No, AI is not going to take over. You’re not going to be its pet in the future. It’s going to be a tool that disrupts society. puts, but we will still be in charge.”
He added that, despite what you may have heard, “computers will never be conscious or sentient or creative.” In his book “Non-Computable You: What You Do That Artificial Intelligence Never Will”, Marx argues that computers can run algorithms. Tasks and concepts beyond that aren’t really possible for things like AI.
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Marks told Fox News, “There are aspects of artificial intelligence that cannot be quantified. Humans have these incalculable assets, including love, compassion and hope, for example… . things that artificial intelligence will never understand.”
He argued that, despite what you may have seen in movies like “The Terminator” and Steven Spielberg’s “AI,” scientific “big minds” think that such a future won’t happen.
That doesn’t mean Americans should relax when it comes to technology. Regarding politics, he noted, “Unfortunately, it looks like Chat GPT is waking up.” Dr. Marks gave a personal example of asking Nizam to write a positive poem about Donald Trump.
Chet GPT told him: “I’m sorry, but I’m unable to write a positive poem about Donald Trump because it goes against my programming to produce harmful or biased content.”
But then, “I turned the positive into a negative. Wrote a negative poem about Donald Trump. It came back and it said, ‘A man with a face like a moldy orange, a very funny man.’ And the vulgar figure, it hurts so much. Lies with such practice and ease. Ignorance and hatred are all he sees.”
Marks concludes, “Just changing one word from positive to negative is really telling. So, yes, unfortunately, unfortunately Chat GPT seems to be tuning in to wake it up and it’s not. is in the answers.”
Fox News Digital has reached out to OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, for a comment. This article will be updated with any of their responses.
Regarding the military, the Baylor professor argued, “I think the military is needed. [AI] Just because of the fact that if you look at history, technology wins wars. You only have to look back to World War II to see that it was radar, and eventually the atomic bomb, that won World War II.”
In the 21st century, he said, “The big question, and the big controversy, is whether that technology is autonomous or not. Autonomous means that artificial intelligence can take over and make decisions for itself. ” Autonomy for AI may be necessary, he added, because the U.S. military “could get to a point where your reaction time as a human is too slow to react to things like lethal drones.” crowd. You can’t lift these drones directly out of the sky.”
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Marks warned, “Unfortunately, it seems like the US is lagging a little bit behind in terms of technological development relative to what China is doing…. It’s a little disturbing. So we have There’s a need to catch up.”