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OpenAI mulling on gathering collective decisions on AI like Wikipedia


OpenAI mulling on gathering collective decisions on AI like Wikipedia

ChatGPT’s parent company OpenAI is working on how to gather broad input on decisions impacting its artificial intelligence, said the company President Greg Brockman.


At AI Forward, Brockman discussed the broad contours of how the maker is seeking regulation of AI globally.


One announcement he previewed is akin to the model of Wikipedia, which he said requires people with diverse views to coalesce and agree on the encyclopedia’s entries.


“We’re not just sitting in Silicon Valley thinking we can write these rules for everyone,” he said of AI policy. “We’re starting to think about democratic decision-making.”


He also discussed that governments across the globe must come together to ensure safe development of AI.


Since the Nov. 30 launch of ChatGPT, generative AI technology that can spin uncannily authoritative prose from text prompts has captivated the public, making the program the fastest growing app of all time. AI has also become a focus of concern over its ability to create deepfake pictures and other misinformation.


In assessing the path forward for AI, Brockman looked at Wikipedia as well as elsewhere. He and OpenAI said a body like the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) could place restrictions on deployment, vet compliance with safety standards and track usage of computing power.


A global agreement to limit the annual growth of frontier AI capabilities, or a joint global project that major governments could participate in was also suggested.

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