OpenAI has formed a dedicated team to work on a superintelligent AI – a superior form of the current models we’re seeing and is capable of solving multiple problems more effectively.
Since it’s more powerful, OpenAI seeks to regulate it better and avoid any mishaps due to its invention. While it predicted a superintelligent AI of such will take a decade more to come, the non-profit is creating an automated alignment researcher to assist it in regulating the new model when available.
A Superior AI Model in Works
As if we aren’t satisfied with the current Generative AI progress, OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, is making a Superintelligent AI for the next generation. The company has formed a dedicated team and expects to bring something worthy in a decade.
A superintelligent AI is more intelligent than humans (even the gifted ones) and excels in multiple areas of expertise instead of one domain, like the current generation models. OpenAI is dedicating 20% of its currently secured compute power to make an automated alignment researcher – which theoretically assists the company in keeping the superintelligence safe.
“Superintelligence will be the most impactful technology humanity has ever invented and could help us solve many of the world’s most important problems.”
The new dedicated team will be co-led by OpenAI’s Chief Scientist, Ilya Sutskever, and the company’s research lab’s head of alignment, Jan Leike. This announcement comes when the world governments try to regulate the nascent AI industry.
Led by OpenAI, several tech companies are working on large language models – that need extensive power and data. Experts have warned that makers often violate several regulations in training their LLMs, thus requiring them to be checked.