Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma is worried about the disempowerment of humanity due to superintelligent AI

Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma expressed concerns about the potential 'disempowerment of humanity' due to the lack of control over super intelligent AI

OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, admitted its inability to prevent a super intelligent AI from going rogue, raising further alarm.

The accumulation of power by certain individuals and countries is a worry for Sharma, as it may exacerbate the risks associated with AI.

OpenAI recently stated in a blog post that super intelligence could emerge within this decade, sparking concerns among experts.

OpenAI's current alignment techniques, relying on human supervision, are not expected to scale effectively to super intelligence.

Similarweb, an internet data firm, reported a decline in ChatGPT's mobile and desktop traffic by 9.7%, suggesting limitations catching up and overblown hype.

The number of downloads for ChatGPT's iPhone app has also decreased since reaching its peak in early June.

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman has advocated for government intervention to mitigate the risks associated with powerful AI systems.

Altman highlighted the importance of addressing potential issues related to AI technology during a Senate hearing in May.

The combination of concerns raised by Sharma and Altman underscores the urgency in tackling the risks and implications of super intelligent AI.

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