As The Servitor gets up and running and we go about trying to make a little money exploring the world of AI, we asked ChatGPT about the role of AI in business ethics and vice versa.
The incredible progress in AI, with large language models like ChatGPT, LLaMa, and Bard, is making us wonder about the future of artificial general intelligence (AGI) and what it means for all of us. As AI becomes a bigger part of various industries, it’s essential to discuss the balance between AI ethics, business, and the drive to make money.
Even though large language models are already super impressive, they’re just the beginning of what AGI could become. As we continue using AI systems like ChatGPT for business purposes, the concerns about AGI’s potential dangers become even more important. The money-making mindset of businesses could speed up AGI development without giving enough thought to possible risks or ethical questions. A brilliant, creative AI of the future could easily propose some dystopian ways to profit. Will we teach the AIs to be ethical themselves, or rely on human institutions like laws and regulations to curb potential harms?
By recognizing the possible risks that come with AGI and talking openly about AI ethics, we can stop the quest for profit from overshadowing the need for responsible AI development. This means tackling issues like fairness, transparency, and accountability. And so as businesses start using ChatGPT and other AI tech, they should also commit to keeping high ethical standards and avoiding potential abuses.
In a nutshell, the growing role of AI in business and the amazing progress in large language models like ChatGPT, LLaMa, and Bard mean that we need to have some serious chats about the ethics of artificial intelligence. Quite a few of them.