Is a Fired Employee Accusing Google of Greed?
By: Peter Isackson
Pundits worldwide obsess over AI dangers, with countless articles. If printed, they could wallpaper New York and Silicon Valley.
Prominent figures like Musk and Hawking have engaged in AI fear-mongering, but motives and science remain unclear.
The fear of AI, depicted by Kubrick in 2001, seemed distant fiction. People wanted to believe but didn't expect it to become real.
The release of ChatGPT in 2022 brought AI to everyone's hands, causing alarm and making it a significant topic in 2023.
AI, once overshadowed by other issues, now shines brightly, affecting wars, climate change, economy, and power dynamics.
Machine learning raises concerns as humans can be held accountable for abusive learning, but machines lack legal recourse.
Humanity faces a monumental learning problem in AI, lacking means to address it. The Guardian reported on views from ICLR.
The Guardian highlights Timnit Gebru's dismissal from Google for raising concerns about AI risks, linking it to greed.
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