Elon Musk’s AI Warning Is ‘Unprecedented’ And Shows ‘Extraordinary’ Level Of Concern, Says Douglas Murray
In an open letter, tech experts and leaders in the industry called for a six-month pause on AI experiments, a move that Fox News contributor Douglas Murray believes shows a “deep concern” that is growing about the risks of artificial intelligence.
The letter, which was signed by Elon Musk and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, reads, in part: “AI systems with human-competitive intelligence can pose profound risks to society … and should be planned for and managed with commensurate care. … Unfortunately, this level of planning and management is not happening.”
Murray said on “Fox & Friends” Wednesday that the request for a moratorium is extraordinary and is a sign that experts are worried.
“The fact that there has now been this stressing that we could be in trouble. This is unprecedented,” Murray told host Brian Kilmeade.
He explained that concerns are stemming from the idea that the artificial intelligence technology is able to operate at a higher level than human intelligence. For example, Murray said ChatGPT is producing work that other technologies cannot detect as computer-generated. (Read more from “Elon Musk’s AI Warning Is ‘Unprecedented’ And Shows ‘Extraordinary’ Level Of Concern, Says Douglas Murray” HERE)
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