He mentioned, “Some common requests: AGI (a little patience please), GPT-5, better voice mode, higher rate limits, better GPTs, better reasoning, control over degree of wokeness/behaviour, video, personalization, better browsing, ‘sign in with OpenAI’ and open source.”
The big cheese over at OpenAI also made it clear that they’re committed to looking at and trying to fulfill as many requests as possible. They’re also pumped up about some other projects that weren’t mentioned.
Now, AGI stands for Artificial General Intelligence, and it’s basically an intelligent system with a ton of smarts within the realm of computer science. In a recent chat with Time mag, the head honcho at OpenAI stressed the huge impact of AGI, calling it humanity’s most powerful technological innovation yet.
He said, “We have to make changes. We always said that we didn’t want AGI to be controlled by a small set of people, we wanted it to be democratised. And we clearly got that wrong. So I think if we don’t improve our governance structure, if we don’t improve the way we interact with the world, people shouldn’t (trust OpenAI). But we’re very motivated to improve that.” So, it seems like there’s a need for the evolution of governance and global involvement.
OpenAI recently unveiled their top-notch GPT-4 Turbo language model at their very first developer conference in November, showing that they’re committed to pushing the boundaries of technology.
The CEO of OpenAI also shared his thoughts on the potential of AGI, saying, “I think AGI will be the most powerful technology humanity has yet invented, particularly in democratising access to information globally.”