How not to be replaced by artificial intelligence?

In a previous post, I presented a rather positive vision of using artificial intelligence to advance civilization rather than annihilate it. Elon Musk’s tool, dubbed xAI, aims to learn the truth about the world, not to create fictional knowledge about reality, which in the future must lead to flooding the world with pap of factual news and half-truths. Yesterday I watched a fascinating interview, very long and full of interesting insights. We already know many of the applications of AI

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Sam Altman (Open AI): what to fear from artificial intelligence?

Another interview you must listen to is with Sam Altman, CEO of Open AI, which owns Chat GPT. Although interviews with him are plentiful on YT, this one is exceptionally structured and it is easy to understand the Open AI CEO’s point of view on the development of artificial intelligence. When, at one point, Sam Altman appears on the screen behind the interviewees and speaks to the audience‚Ķ There are so many associations that you listen with increasing attention to

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Dr Micho Kaku: What will arise from the combination of artificial intelligence and quantum computers?

Today I’m starting a short series of posts on videos about what lies ahead in the near future in terms of the use of artificial intelligence. The topics are very timely, and I think they will convince you to think about the fact that human managers will soon be replaced by robot managers, endowed with unmatched abilities to influence people and find solutions to organizational problems much more effectively than the best managers. The first video talks about how powerful

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OpenAI CEO Sam Altman: how will the world change with artificial intelligence?

This time you will see an interview with the 37-year-old head of the most “hot” company of the last few months, namely OpenAI. This time it will be a little less about the dangers of artificial intelligence, although Sam Altman also mentions them in his statements. But he focuses more on how the world will change as a result of the spread of artificial intelligence and machines that can learn. In this post, I will again focus on what is

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Maybe ChatGPT 5 will be an artificial manager?

In previous weeks, I analyzed whether ChatGPT could be an artificial manager. I’m skeptical that a talking head, learned from thousands of books and websites, can be a manager that takes managerial actions and really manages a team, not just answers employees’ questions (and that’s usually pouring water a bit…). However, the progress of GPT technology is quite rapid, and we can assume that it will be part of a larger whole system that will guide the artificial manager. A

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