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ChatGPT app maker OpenAI CEO Sam Altman suggests international agency like UN's nuclear watchdog could oversee AI
A key innovator is warning that artificial intelligence poses an “existential risk” to humanity
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Artificial intelligence poses an “existential risk” to humanity, a key innovator warned during a visit to the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday, suggesting an international agency like the International Atomic Energy Agency oversee the ground-breaking technology.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman is on a global tour to discuss artificial intelligence.
“The challenge that the world has is how we’re going to manage those risks and make sure we still get to enjoy those tremendous benefits,” said Altman, 38. “No one wants to destroy the world.”
OpenAI's ChatGPT, a popular chatbot, has grabbed the world's attention as it offers essay-like answers to prompts from users. Microsoft has invested some $1 billion in OpenAI.