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ChatGPT maker OpenAI Issue Warning, says AI Could Surpass Humans Within 10 Years

The warning from ChatGPT's developers raises important questions about humanity's ability to effectively navigate the rise of AI and harness its potential while ensuring safety and prosperity in the future.

Kashish Haswani
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OpenAI CEO Sam Altman

OpenAI, the developer behind ChatGPT, has issued a striking warning about the potential capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI).

According to the creators, AI could exceed human expertise in most domains within the next decade, reaching a level of "superintelligence" beyond any previous technology.

In a recent blog post, OpenAI's co-founders, including CEO Sam Altman, highlighted the need to manage AI development effectively. They expressed concerns about the possibility of AI performing at the same level as today's largest corporations and emphasized the importance of mitigating risks to ensure a prosperous future.

"Superintelligence will be more powerful than other technologies humanity has had to contend with in the past," the OpenAI executives said. "We can have a dramatically more prosperous future, but we have to manage risk to get there."


The release of generative AI tools like ChatGPT has raised industry leaders' concerns regarding job displacement, misinformation, and increased criminal activity. Companies like Microsoft and Google are engaged in an AI arms race, intensifying the need for regulation.

OpenAI's leaders emphasized the requirement for a proactive approach to manage the potential harms of AI. They drew parallels to historically regulated technologies like nuclear energy and synthetic biology and proposed the establishment of an organization similar to the International Atomic Energy Agency for overseeing advanced AI development.

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