Despite all the advancements that can come from artificial intelligence, many are concerned about the dangers of this technology. One of these people is “Warren Buffett”, the famous American investor, who in a recent comment compared AI to the atomic bomb.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger recently answered questions about artificial intelligence at the company’s annual meeting in Nebraska. Buffett acknowledged that this technology can work admirable do it. He said that Bill Gates had shown him the functionality of the latest version of ChatGPT, but the software’s ability to make him laugh wasn’t surprising.
Buffett says:[ChatGPT] He couldn’t tell a joke. Bill of course [گیتس] He had already told me this and prepared me, but this technology is still at the right point not arrived Is.” He also praised the many capabilities of artificial intelligence, but warned that when a tool can All the work to do together, this can be a little worrisome.
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Berkshire Hathaway’s CEO continued in a more alarming tone: “We invented the atom bomb for very, very good reasons. And the World War was an important reason to do this. But was it desirable for the next 200 years of the world to release such a capability?
Warren Buffett has said many times that nuclear war is one of his biggest worries. He now uses artificial intelligence atom bomb has compared He says in the style of what Albert Einstein said about splitting the atom: “Artificial intelligence can change everything in the world, except the way humans think and behave, and this is a big step to take.”
In the same meeting, Munger was also asked if he thinks this technology will have a positive effect on company stocks, the market and society in general. He replied: “If you go to BYD’s factories in China, you will see robots working at an incredible speed. So we are going to see a lot more robots in the world. [اما] Personally, I’m a little skeptical of the AI hype. “I think traditional intelligence works very well.”