According to local media reports, CAIDP filed a complaint with the FTC, accusing OpenAI of violating the FTC’s unfair and deceptive business practices law and guidelines for artificial intelligence products.
The complaint to the FTC called for OpenAI labs to investigate and discontinue use of OpenAI’s newest model, GPT-4.
Arguing that OpenAI’s newest GPT model, GPT-4, “is deceptive and poses a risk to privacy and public safety,” CAIDP claimed that the company’s artificial intelligence products did not meet the “transparent, open and accountable” standards in the FTC’s guidance.
CAIDP stated that they want the company’s GPT products to be independently evaluated before they are released to the market, and argued that the company should introduce a public reporting system for its artificial intelligence products.
An open letter was published by the “Future of Life Institute” about the risks posed by artificial intelligence on society.
It is stated that many names such as Twitter owner Elon Musk and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak also participated in the letter, signed by CAIDP President Mark Rottenberg.
In the letter, it is requested that the development of artificial intelligence technologies stronger than GPT-4 be suspended for at least 6 months.