"Our Approach to AI Safety" by OpenAI

It seems OpenAI are steering the conversation away from the existential threat narrative and into things like accuracy, decency, privacy, economic risk, etc.

To the extent that they do buy the existential risk argument, they don't seem concerned much about GPT-4 making a leap into something dangerous, even if it's at the heart of autonomous agents that are currently emerging.

"Despite extensive research and testing, we cannot predict all of the beneficial ways people will use our technology, nor all the ways people will abuse it. That’s why we believe that learning from real-world use is a critical component of creating and releasing increasingly safe AI systems over time. "

Article headers:

  • Building increasingly safe AI systems
  • Learning from real-world use to improve safeguards
  • Protecting children
  • Respecting privacy
  • Improving factual accuracy


stolen from mckirkus in /r/machinelearning like a bitch

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