The sequence scope: GPT-3 and Large Language Models can get out of control

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📝 Editorial: GPT-3 and Large Language Models can Get Out of Control

Arnold Schwarzenegger really ruined AI for us. When people think about dangerous uses of AI, images of killing robots, à la Terminator, pop into their heads. While the Terminator version of AI is great for news headlines, it’s completely outside the capabilities of today’s AI technologies. Instead of fantasizing about killer robots, we should turn our attention to other areas of AI that, if used inappropriately, can become extremely toxic and dangerous. From those areas, the most prominent example could be language pre-trained models, such as OpenAI’s GPT-3 or Google’s Switch Transformer.

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This post was originally published by Jesus Rodriguez at Medium [AI]

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