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Sam Altman, who is the genius inventor of ChatGpt

February 22, 2023

 
Sam Altman, who is the genius inventor of ChatGpt. "But now it's potentially dangerous." Feb 22, 2023
 
Sam Altman, who is the genius inventor of ChatGpt
 
At age 8 he took apart and reassembled a Mac, he got his first computer at the age of eight, a Mac, which he took apart and reassembled like nothing had happened
OpenAI, founded by Sam Altman in 2015, launched ChatGPT last November. Five days later, according to Altman, one million people were already using it, a sign of the potential of artificial intelligence. Now Altman, who invented this new technology, preaches caution.
On twitter he published a series of messages to warn about the future of artificial intelligence. The CEO warned that “the world may not be that far away from creating a potentially scary artificial intelligence”, calling on governments to insert a series of rules for young people.
According to Altman, the approach to a world "deeply integrated with artificial intelligence tools will happen rather quickly", comparing this revolution to the advent of smartphones. But «we also need enough time for our institutions to understand what to do - he added - Regulation will be fundamental and it will take time to understand it. While current generation AI tools aren't very scary, I think we're potentially not that far away from potentially dangerous ones."

 

Who is Sam Altman

 
Altman grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of a dermatologist. He got his first computer at the age of eight, a Mac, which he took apart and put back together like nothing happened. He attended the John Burroughs School and studied computer science at Stanford University until he dropped out in 2005. In 2017, he received an honorary doctorate from the University of Waterloo.
In 2005, when he was just 19, he co-founded and became CEO of Loopt, a location-based social networking mobile app. After raising more than $30 million in venture capital, Loopt went bankrupt and shut down in 2012. Meanwhile Altman started as a part-time partner of Y Combinator in 2011. In February 2014, he was named president of Y Combinator by its co-founder, Paul Graham. Altman's first batch of investments included Loopt. In a 2014 blog post, he said that the total valuation of Y Combinator companies had exceeded $65 billion, including well-known companies such as Airbnb, Dropbox, Zenefits and Stripe. In September 2016, he announced he would become president of YC Group, which included Y Combinator and other units.
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