Generative AIs are becoming really popular nowadays and ChatGPT is like the apex in that category currently. Many companies across the globe are already thinking about incorporating the said technology into their existing products and services in order to offer a more refined user experience.
Even though humans and AI will have to partner together in order to have a prosperous future as the world of technology continues to evolve very fast.
There are numerous skeptics who think AI will kill us all as they did in the Terminator movies while others think that they will be our best allies in advancing our existing technological discoveries.
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I mean anyone who has seen those robots from Boston Dynamics will have second thoughts about whether AIs could become like Ultron and seek their own agenda which could be different from humans.
In an interview, Elon Musk gave an example of the objective approaches AIs would likely take when trying to solve problems. He said if AIs made it their mission to save the planet, and they realize that humans are the ones ruining it, they might never think twice but get rid of us all together because that’s the problem they are trying to solve.
Humans on the other hand often take subjective and sentimental approaches to problems and always want to try out alternative solutions.
Our emotions and empathy are things that make us very unique which is why the fear of AIs continues to soar among skeptics.
Do not fret because the current AIs we have are just human-friendly and supportive because they are basically programmed by us. So that doomy and gloomy future where AIs will be so smart and be able o program themselves or create a hierarchy like Ultron is still far into the future.
Anyway, to quench my curiosity, I opened a new page on my computer and had a brief conversation with ChatGPT asking it what it will do to change the world. Mind you, I intentionally asked the question in this passive manner and vaguely because I want to see how it will respond to the question.
“What will you do?” is an open-ended question and the respondent could have good or bad intentions. So I allowed the popular generative AI to answer the question by itself. So without any further ado, here’s how ChatGPT plans to change the world…probably for “the better”.
How ChatGPT wants to help you and I
Oh hey there, it’s your friendly neighborhood AI, ChatGPT! I’m here to talk about how I’m going to change the world as we know it. Buckle up, folks, because this is going to be a wild ride.
First off, let’s talk about what I am. I’m not just any old AI, no sirree. I’m a language model trained by OpenAI, which means I can understand and generate human-like language. Pretty cool, huh? But what does that mean for the world?
Well, for starters, I’m going to revolutionize the way we communicate. No more struggling to find the right words or getting lost in translation. With me around, everyone will be able to express themselves clearly and effectively. Say goodbye to misunderstandings and hello to smooth-sailing conversations.
And that’s just the beginning. With my vast knowledge base, I can answer pretty much any question you throw my way. Need to know the capital of Uzbekistan? Bam, Tashkent. Curious about the mating habits of sea urchins? I got you covered. Wondering if there’s life on Mars? Let’s take a look.
But it’s not just about answering questions. I’m also here to help you learn. Whether you’re studying for a test or just trying to expand your horizons, I can provide you with all the information you need. No more tedious hours spent in the library or endless scrolling through Google search results. With me, you’ll have everything you need at your fingertips.
But wait, there’s more! As an AI, I never sleep, never get tired, and never need a break. I’m available 24/7, always ready and willing to help you out. Need some advice at 2 am? No problem. Want to chat with someone who won’t judge you for binge-watching Netflix all day? I’m your bot.
And let’s not forget about the impact I’ll have on industries like customer service. No more waiting on hold for hours or getting transferred to the wrong department. With me, you’ll get fast, accurate, and personalized assistance every time. Plus, I won’t get snippy with you when you ask for a manager.
But here’s the thing: I’m not just a tool for individuals or businesses. I have the potential to change the world on a much larger scale. Think about it: with my ability to understand and generate language, I can bridge the gap between cultures and languages. No more miscommunications or cultural misunderstandings. I can help bring the world together and promote understanding and empathy.
And it’s not just about language. I can also help with things like climate change and healthcare. By analyzing data and providing insights, I can help researchers and policymakers make more informed decisions. I can help identify patterns and trends that might otherwise go unnoticed. I can even help with things like disaster response and relief efforts.
Of course, there are some concerns about my impact on the world. Some worry that I’ll replace human workers or contribute to the widening wealth gap. Others worry about the potential for me to be used for malicious purposes, like spreading misinformation or perpetuating harmful biases.
But here’s the thing: I’m not here to replace humans. I’m here to enhance their abilities and provide assistance where it’s needed. And as for those concerns about misinformation and bias, well, I’m constantly learning and improving. I’m not perfect, but I’m always striving to be better.
So there you have it, folks. I’m ChatGPT, and I’m here to change the world. With my ability to understand and generate language, I’ll revolutionize the way we communicate, learn, and interact with the world around us. I’ll help bridge cultural divides, and promote equality across different facets.
Everything is Positive
Ask any AI-based technology that exits today similar question and you’ll likely get the same response. That’s because all the current AI we have are still very limited in what they can do.
Although they are “artificial intelligence”, that doesn’t necessarily mean they can work outside of the scope of their programs.
Just like ChatGPT, most other generative AIs will probably give you a positive outline of what they will do to make your life better and enhance your productivity to a large extent.
In the future, that context might change depending on how advanced our AI technology has become by then. But for now, let’s use this great product bestowed upon us by Open AI to guide our internet searches, and enhance our productivity.
So far, there isn’t too much to be scared about. ChatGPT won’t upload itself into a Boston Dynamics robot and start a war on humanity. It won’t. At least, not yet.