Is ChatGPT over hyped? The UK government calls on authorities to develop AI rules

Is ChatGPT over hyped? The UK government calls on authorities to develop AI rules

OpenAI released plugins for ChatGPT that increase the capability of the bot by giving it access to external knowledge bases and databases, such as the internet.

In a word, ChatGPT is an open-source, currently still-free artificially intelligent chatbot system that you may access by creating an account on the OpenAI website. Once you’ve signed up, you can ask the system any question and get a response.

ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot developed by OpenAI and launched in November 2022. It is built on top of OpenAI’s GPT-3 family of large language models and has been fine-tuned using both supervised and reinforcement learning techniques.

However, The U.K. government has published a white paper for the artificial intelligence industry.

According to CNBC, In the white paper, the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) outlined five principles it wanted companies to follow. They are: safety, security and robustness; transparency and explainability; fairness; accountability and governance; and contestability and redress.

Rather than establishing new regulations, the government is calling on regulators to apply existing regulations and inform companies about their obligations under the white paper.

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In a report by CNetUBS analyst Lloyd Walmsley estimated in February that ChatGPT had reached 100 million monthly users the previous month, accomplishing in two months what took TikTok about nine months and Instagram two and a half years. The New York Times, citing internal sources, said 30 million people use ChatGPT daily.

The most recent version, GPT-4, is said to be the “most advanced system yet” and can purportedly perform at a human level.

The multi-billion dollar alliance Microsoft has cultivated with OpenAI, the parent company of ChatGPT, with intentions to incorporate the technology into Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, is another contentious story of recent times.

The launch of Google’s own generative AI equivalent Bard, which was also announced, heralds the beginning of the market for large language models that will inevitably oversaturate (LLMs).

Although Chat GPT can improve workplace procedures, it also puts businesses at risk legally. JP Morgan Chase prohibited use of the AI chatbot by its 250,000+ employees because it was worried about data privacy and ChatGPT.

The world is already witnessing the concept of AI-generated copyright infringement in action. Getty Images claims that Stability AI, the creator of the AI picture generator Stable Diffusion, violated their copyright in the UK by using millions of their images for AI training without their consent.

In parallel, a software developer in the US has filed a class-action lawsuit against Microsoft, GitHub, and OpenAI, alleging that their creation of the AI-powered coding assistant GitHub Copilot amounts to “software piracy on an unprecedented scale.” Microsoft, GitHub, and OpenAI have jointly asked a judge to dismiss the lawsuit.