In a statement released online by the San Francisco-based Center for Artificial Intelligence Security (CAIS) in the USA, it was noted that artificial intelligence experts, journalists, policy makers and the public are increasingly discussing the important and urgent risks from artificial intelligence, and many people have expressed their concerns about this issue. .
In the published statement, “Reducing the risk of extinction caused by artificial intelligence should be a global priority, along with other societal-scale risks such as epidemics and nuclear war”, while the statement in question was submitted for signature.
Sam Altman, Chief Executive of OpenAI, creator of ChatGPT, and computer scientist Geoffrey Hinton were among the hundreds of people who signed the statement.
With the rise of the next generation of highly skilled AI chatbots, concerns have come to the fore that AI systems are outsmarting humans and working wildly.