In AI We Trust
In the four biggest "emerging markets," residents are largely in favor of continued implementation of AI systems.
Since years, the use of computers in various forms has become a commonplace.
The rapid rise of ChatGPT, and the aggressive pace at which conversational and generative AI is being developed as a result.
For the first time, the technology behind the system is now in the hands of the public.
as Statista's Florian Zandt details below
Even though the current large language models can guess the next best word based on the content that they are fed,
Researchers, CEOs and AI experts have now called on the industry to put a stop to the development of models that are more advanced than OpenAI’s GPT-4.
Microsoft's new large language model will be available soon in Microsoft productivity and security software.
According to an
Open letter signed by Elon Musk, Stability AI CEO Emad Mustaque and other influential figures
"Powerful AI systems shouldn't be developed until we are sure that their effects and risks will be manageable."
The letter was published by
The Future of Life Institute
, a nongovernmental organization founded by MIT Professor Max Tegmark, Skype co-founder Jaan Talinn and others in 2014. The Musk Foundation is the primary donor of this organization.
Data from a
Survey conducted by KPMG Australia & the University of Queensland
Residents of India, China and South Africa, the largest so-called emerging market, are less critical of AI systems.
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In a survey conducted between September and November 2022, 75 percent of Indians said they would trust AI.
The Chinese, with 67 percent, and the South Africans, with 57 percent.
The study reveals that respondents claim to have claimed to
AI in Healthcare
Security contexts are the most important
Comparing other possible uses.