The race to build AI that benefits humanity | Sam Altman | TED Tech

  • Publicado el 22 abr 2022
  • Will innovation in artificial intelligence drastically improve our lives, or destroy humanity as we know it? From the unintended consequences we've suffered from platforms like Facebook and ESclips to the danger of creating technology we can't control, it's easy to see why people are afraid of a world powered by AI. But in this interview, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman makes a case for AI's potential to make the future better for all of us-and explains how his company is leading that charge with an unusual new business model.
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Comentarios • 13

  • Paul Foreman

    I am really pleased to hear about the profit cap for investors of OpenAI, with profits beyond this attributable to humanity. This in particular addressed my concerns over OpenAI moving from non profit to for profit. It aligns incentives well while providing the necessary funding for real development.

  • Liminal Logic

    Sam Altman seems like a smart, grounded guy. I'm glad he's at the head of OpenAI. If you take what he's saying seriously, we're headed for an almost unimaginably different world.

  • James Buchanan

    Well done Chris. Leading with the optimistic outcome side but not ignoring the dark side. The anti-James Cameron approach.

  • rama Krishna

    Ai will replace white collar jobs long before blue collar , cause to replace blue collar work we need sophisticated robots , given our past we r much more good at making software than hardware

  • rama Krishna

    Exactly , short-term overhype long-term underhype

  • Robyn Buyer

    Is this where we sign in to say, "I for one welcome..."?

  • Steve Place


  • Miad Vosoughi

    Sounds like, life is going to get very boring soon