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  • Writer's pictureTaher Tarraf

Microsoft issues a cautionary notice regarding potential errors in artificial intelligence.


#Microsoft has cautioned against the rapid advancement of #artificial intelligence, citing parallels with past tech industry missteps during the emergence of social media.


The swift evolution of artificial intelligence has sparked global concerns about its potential for misinformation, abuse, and labor market disruptions. Even the technology's creators are voicing apprehensions about its consequences.


Brad Smith, Microsoft's President, emphasized the need for a clear-eyed approach, acknowledging both opportunities and risks. He stressed the importance of establishing safeguards from the outset.


A United Nations study examined the impact of generative artificial intelligence, like 'GBT Chat,' on jobs, concluding that it would likely complement rather than replace them. However, concerns persist about misinformation from chatbots, biased algorithms, and industry upheaval caused by automation.


Michael Maibach, CEO of Mastercard, called for building trust in technology usage and addressing issues like bias in artificial intelligence. He argued that these risks should not deter further technological progress.


Despite ongoing discussions about aligning artificial intelligence with user goals and societal values, ensuring absolute control over it remains an unsolved challenge. #TechnologyTrends

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