Tech News Desk – Popular chatbot ChatGPT from AI startup company OpenAI is loved by users for its ability to generate human-like text. However, after the growing popularity of ChatGPT, technical experts have found many flaws in this model regarding user privacy and security. In such a situation, OpenAI is constantly trying to improve the chatbot model. In this episode, a new update is being received regarding ChatGPT.
Makers focus on regulating ChatGPT
In fact, according to a report by news agency Reuters, OpenAI is feeling the need to introduce rules to improve its AI models. According to this report, Greg Brockman, co-founder and president of OpenAI, spoke about AI at an event organized by Goldman Sachs Group and SV Angel in San Francisco. He said that since the growing popularity of ChatGPT, chatbot makers are focusing on regulating ChatGPT.
Unanimous decision can be taken regarding chatbot
Regarding the chatbot, Greg Brockman said that this model is similar to Wikipedia. For this model, people with different views will have to unite and form a consensus. He said that the policies made regarding AI should be the same for all. In such a situation, the makers of the chatbot are thinking of taking a democratic decision with the consent of all the people.
Safe AI development requires everyone’s participation
Greg Brockman says that governments around the world should come forward to regulate the popular chatbot model ChatGPT. For the safe development of AI, the governments of different countries need to show mutual cooperation. It is known that the use of new AI technology has also been found in cybercrime. Many such scams have come to the fore, in which cyber hackers were resorting to AI technology to cheat and mislead users. In such a situation, the need for rules and regulations is being understood at the global level, so that such technology is not misused.