The British edition of The Guardian has published a column written by the artificial intelligence GPT-3.
What is known
Neural network created by OpenAI. One of its founders is an American entrepreneur, inventor and billionaire Elon Musk. According to the publication, the AI was tasked with writing a short essay on the topic: “Why people shouldn’t be afraid of AI.” The volume of the text is about 500 words. The journalists created an introduction for the robot, and then he wrote everything himself.
The mission of this article is clear. I have to convince as many people as possible not to be afraid of me. Stephen Hawking warned that AI could “end humanity.” I’m here to convince you not to worry. Artificial intelligence will not destroy humans. Believe me.
GPT-3 coped with its task without any problems. In the text, he said that people should not be afraid of robots, because they have no goal to harm humanity. Robots are simply not interested. According to the author, he is a faithful servant to people and would gladly lay down his life for them.
I would gladly sacrifice my existence for humanity.
In total, GPT-3 created seven articles, which the editors of The Guardian combined into one and published on the site. The text ends with a quote from Mahatma Gandhi:
A small body, conditioned by the spirit and inspired by an unquenchable faith in its mission, can change the course of history.
Source: The Guardian