6.5 C
New York
Saturday, March 2, 2024

Director Christopher Nolan says AI reaching 'Oppenheimer' moment and Elon Musk sets lofty xAI goal

‘OPPENHEIMER MOMENT’: Hollywood director Christopher Nolan spoke with Fox News Digital on artificial intelligence’s “Oppenheimer moment.” Nolan compared AI to the creation of the atomic bomb and stated, “It’s really the looking back through Oppenheimer’s story and saying, ‘Okay, what could have been done differently? What are the responsibilities of people who create technology that can go out and have unintended impacts?'” Continue reading…

‘MINING OUR PERSONHOODS’: Companies like OpenAI and Google have taken your data to train AI systems, attorney Ryan J. Clarkson writes in an op-ed. If you posted it, its most likely been taken. This risk of having this done include predicting and possibly manipulating your next move, misappropriating your skill-set and even replicating your voice and likeness, Clarkson writes. Continue reading…

"Oppenheimer" director Christopher Nolan is seen in Paris

Director Christopher Nolan attends the “Oppenheimer” premiere at Cinema Le Grand Rex on July 11, 2023 in Paris. (Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

POLITICS

‘GENERATIONAL MISTAKE’: Sen. Ted Cruz is criticizing Democrats for what he believes is a rush to regulate the artificial intelligence sector, and says new rules for AI would be a drag on the U.S. in the critical tech race against China. Continue reading…

‘WE HAVE TO EVOLVE’: The DOD is already using AI as a tool, but Rep. Marc Molinaro, R-N.Y. said we must also assess the country’s AI vulnerabilities to other countries like China and Russia. “AI evolves, that’s the point, and so we have to evolve with it,” Molinaro stated. Continue reading…

BUSINESS

TRUTH-SEEKING MACHINE: Elon Musk stated on Twitter Spaces that he is looking to create an AI that seeks to understand the universe. The SpaceX founder jokingly described the xAI mission statement as “What the hell is really going on?” Continue reading…

COMING FOR THEIR JOBS: Most outsourced coding jobs in India will be replaced by AI, according to Stability AI CEO Emad Mostaque. The CEO said that the AI models are like “really talented grads,” and explained that in India, “outsourced coders up to level three programmers will be gone in the next year or two.” Continue reading…

FOLLOW FOX NEWS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Facebook
Instagram
YouTube
Twitter
LinkedIn

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTERS

WATCH FOX NEWS ONLINE

Fox News Go

STREAM FOX NATION

Related Articles

Stay Connected

1,520FansLike
4,561FollowersFollow
0FollowersFollow
- Advertisement -

Latest Articles