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    OpenAI Co-Founder Talks About Elon Musk’s Criticism Of ChatGPT

    Elon Musk never fails to be in the news. The South African billionaire is vocal about several issues and often tweets about his views. Most of the time, they are met with mixed responses and sometimes it gets him in trouble. His recent comments on ChatGPT have also been widely covered.

    Greg Brockman, the co-founder, and president of OpenAI talked about Musk’s comment about their chatbot. The Tesla CEO had said that it is too “woke” amid an AI scare. So let’s find out what exactly Greg said and what changes we can see in ChatGPT now.

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    OpenAI Co-Founder Talks About Elon Musk’s Comments

    Greg Brockman
    Greg Brockman

    Elon Musk has been vocal about the sudden rise in artificial intelligence bots. One of the co-founders of OpenAI, he severed ties with the company later on. It is now fully backed by Microsoft.

    In an interview with The Information, Greg Brockman, the co-founder and president of OpenAI, has now responded to Musk’s criticism of ChatGPT that it’s too “woke.” “We made a mistake“, he admitted.

    He added, “the system we implemented did not reflect the values we intended to be in there. And I think we were not fast enough to address that. And so I think that’s a legitimate criticism of us.”

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    Musk Has Been Critical Of The AI

    Elon Musk
    Elon Musk

    The Twitter chief has been vocal and critical about AI chatbots like ChatGPT that’s been creating a buzz lately with human-like responses to all kinds of queries. Musk said, “the danger of training AI to be woke – in other words, lie – is deadly.”

    Last month, he took to Twitter to write that artificial intelligence is ‘far more dangerous than nukes’. He said that OpenAI was created as a counter to Google as a non-profit company.

    But now it has become a closed source, maximum-profit company effectively controlled by Microsoft. Not what I intended at all,” he tweeted. Several users have criticized the chatbots for being biased and sexist in their responses. Both Google, which launched Bard last month, and OpenAI have stated that they are working on its improvements.

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