The development of artificial intelligence (AI), according to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, is the most significant technological progress in decades.

He compared it to the development of the microprocessor, personal computer, Internet, and mobile phone in a blog entry on Tuesday.

According to him, it will alter how people work, study, travel, access healthcare, and interact with one another.

He was discussing the science behind tools like ChatGPT, a chatbot.

ChatGPT, an AI chatbot created by OpenAI, is designed to respond to online queries in a manner that is natural and human-like.

Microsoft, where Mr. Gates still works as an advisor, made a multibillion dollar investment in the project’s team in January 2023.

However, Google recently unveiled a competitor chatbot, Bard, so it is not the only AI-powered chatbot on the market.

I was among the first to obtain entry to Bard, and my colleagues and I are attempting to test it out.

So far, it has provided me with a philosophical explanation of the purpose of existence.

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It provided a colleague reporting the meeting of Presidents Putin and Xi Jinping with a competently condensed history of Russian-Chinese relations; unlike ChatGPT, Bard has access to current events.

It was requested by a program editor as a suitable running order for her news program. According to Bard, you should start with the most important story of the day and conclude with a performer. A generic but respectable work was also done on the poem about trees and blossoms.

I haven’t yet begun attempting to make it offensive to me or about other people. I’ll provide an update on that.

Mr. Gates claimed that since 2016, he has met with OpenAI, the group behind the artificial intelligence that drives software ChatGPT.

Mr. Gates stated in his blog that he issued the OpenAI team a challenge to develop an AI that can pass an Advanced Placement (AP) Biology exam in 2022, which is approximately equivalent to an A-level exam. The challenge came with the strict requirement that the AI could not be specifically programmed to respond to questions in biology.

A few months later, the findings were made public. According to him, the score was nearly perfect, with only one mark out of fifty being missed.

Mr. Gates claimed that after the test, he requested the AI to compose a letter to a father of a sick child.

I was aware that I had just witnessed the biggest development in technology since the graphical user interface (GUI).

In contrast to a display that only displays text and requires typed instructions, a GUI is a visual display that enables user interaction with images and icons.

Its advancement resulted in the creation of the Windows and Mac OS operating systems in the 1980s, and it is still a vital component of computing.

And Mr. Gates claims he thinks AI technology will produce improvements akin to these.

The Evolution of AI

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation co-chair Mr. Gates urged governments to cooperate with business to “limit the risks” of AI, but noted that the technology could be used to save lives.

The vast majority of under-5 deaths occur in poor countries, so AI-driven improvements will be particularly essential for them, the author wrote.

Many individuals in those nations never get to visit a doctor, and AIs will make the medical professionals who do see them more effective.

He cited note-taking, filing paperwork, and performing repetitive duties like filing insurance claims as examples of this.

But Mr. Gates urged a focused strategy to AI technology in the future to make this happen.

Market factors won’t necessarily result in AI goods and services that benefit the most vulnerable, he claimed. “The alternative is more probable.

Governments and philanthropy can make sure that AIs are used to lessen inequality if they have dependable financing and the appropriate policies.

“We will need to focus the world’s best AIs on its biggest problems, just as the world needs its brightest people focused on its biggest problems.”


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