AI could be as dangerous as nuclear war, ChatGPT creator warns

Last week, Mr Altman, Mr Hassabis and Mr Amodei met Rishi Sunak to discuss risks including national security and “existential threats”.

OpenAI, which has become the world’s most prominent AI developer because of the rapid rise of ChatGPT, has called for an international body modelled on the International Atomic Energy Agency to manage the technology.

The short statement, which has been signed by more than 350 executives and researchers, is designed to present a united front as policymakers consider how to regulate AI.

In comparison, a letter in March…

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