OpenAI's leadership has called for the regulation of superintelligent artificial intelligence (AI) systems to prevent the risk of creating something that could potentially destroy humanity. They called for an international regulator to inspect systems, conduct audits, and test for compliance with safety standards.
In the next decade, AI systems are predicted to exceed expert skill levels in most domains, carrying out as much productive activity as one of today’s largest corporations. Superintelligence has the potential for both upsides and downsides, making it more powerful than other technologies in the past.
To ensure safety, there needs to be coordination among companies working on AI research, either through government-led projects or collective agreements.
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