Google CEO Sundar Pichai Says A.I.’s Potential Downsides Keep Him Up At Night
Google CEO Sundar Pichai believes artificial intelligence is the most profound technology in the history of human civilization–potentially more important than the discovery of fire and electricity–and yet even he doesn’t fully understand how it works, Pichai said in an interview with CBS’s 60 Minutes that aired yesterday (April 16).
Pichai, speaking of the recent advances in A.I., said: \”We must adapt as a community to it. This will impact every product within every company.\” In a conversation between CBS journalist Scott Pelley. The second long-form Google CEO interview in two weeks, as he embarks on an apparent charm offensive to the press in order to establish Google and himself as thought leaders in A.I. After the company’s A.I. The company’s latest A.I.
Google introduced Bard in February, a chatbot with A.I. Recently, Google made the chatbot available to the general public. It competes with OpenAI’s ChatGPT as well as Microsoft’s Bing. Pichai warned that the public testing of Bard could lead to problems. He said this in an internal email sent to Google employees back in March. Pelley was told that Google plans to use A.I. He told Pelley that Google intends to deploy A.I. It is possible that the creator of A.I. cannot control how it develops.