Tuesday, December 05, 2023

AI: Ilya Fired vs. Sam Altman; "highway story"

Why Ilya Fired Sam Altman From OpenAI? - YouTube

OpenAI's Chief Scientist Ilya Sutskever comments on Artificial General Intelligence - "You're gonna see dramatically more intelligent systems in 10 or 15 years from now, and I think it's highly likely that those systems will have completely astronomical impact on society" : r/singularity

"The beliefs and desires of the first AGIs will be extremely important. So, it's important to program them correctly. I think that if this is not done, then the nature of evolution of natural selection will favor those systems, prioritize their own survival above all else. It's not that it's going to actively hate humans and want to harm them, but it's just going to be too powerful and

I think a good analogy would be the way humans treat animals. It's not that we hate animals. I think humans love animals and have a lot of affection for them, but when the time comes to build a highway between two cities, we are not asking the animals for permission. We just do it because it's important for us.

And I think by default, that's the kind of relationship that's going to be between us and AGIs which are truly autonomous and operating on their own behalf..."

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