Gates: ChatGPT bots will change the world

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said Friday he believes the popular chatbot ChatGPT will “change the world.”

To promote GBT Chat, which has become a hit since its launch in late November, the smart chatbot will make many office functions more efficient, the 67-year-old said.

GBT Chat provides amazingly human responses, answering follow-up questions, admitting mistakes, challenging incorrect assumptions, and rejecting inappropriate orders. It can also write poems, encode commands, and more.

“So far, AI can read and write, but it cannot understand content,” Gates said in an interview with Handelsblatt. New software such as GPT Chat will help write invoices or letters, making many office tasks more efficient. This will change our world. “

In the summer of 2022, Gates met with OpenAI president and co-founder Greg Brockman to review some of OpenAI’s products.

The artificial intelligence company recently announced a multi-year, multi-billion-dollar investment with US software giant Microsoft.

Although Gates stepped down from Microsoft’s board in 2020, he still spends 10 percent of his time at the company’s headquarters in Washington state, according to Forbes magazine.

Gates has been outspoken about the future of artificial intelligence and its benefits, saying his interest in the technology dates back to his early days studying software.

In a previous interview with Forbes, Gates said: “The plan to allow computers to see, listen, and write is a long-term goal of the entire industry. I am amazed at how many inventions are needed to pass the test and be able to type fluently before AI is really smart.”

Speaking of OpenAI, Gates said he is more familiar with their work than others, adding: “It’s very impressive what OpenAI has done, it’s certainly a precursor to many aspects of AI, and people are seeing the widespread rollout of ChatGP. T”.

The massive success of GPT Chat has made it the fastest growing consumer web application in the history of chatbots.

In an August 2021 research paper, Stanford researchers dubbed the (Transformer) structure the (Basic Model)—a flexible and reusable AI model that can be applied to almost any domain or industrial tasks—because they see it as driving quantum AI leaps. Over the past few years, it has expanded our imagination of what’s possible.