For most people, ChatGPT-3 was an introduction to AI learning models. However, the entire ecosystem has erupted recently due to the evolution of technology behind it. While AI still has a long way to go from being even close to perfect, it’s already seen widespread interest. AI research doubled since 2010 and venture capitalists are funding numerous AI startups in hopes it will be the next big thing. But this interest is anything but region-specific. China has a staggering 88% of business already investigating or utilizing AI. This is followed by Canada, Australia, the U.K., and the U.S. all boasting over 68% commercial interest in AI. Consequently, we should expect anything from entertainment to security to see massive overhauls at some point in the future.But not everyone is convinced in the merit of AI, with many seeing it as a threat rather than an innovation. Elon Musk has been especially vocal against AI, with important figures like Steve Wozniak and Emad Mostaque in the same camp. While there is division regarding the creation and usage of AI, there has been a certain middle ground. Regardless of stance, the consensus is there needs to be delicate care and attention given to this technology. As AI progresses in tandem with humanity, we must proceed very carefully in order to make the future as bright as it can be.
Source: Academic Influence