ChaosGPT uses a new, buzzy project called Auto-GPT, which is intended to create AI-powered systems that can solve problems and perform complex tasks, Someone Asked An Autonomous AI To ‘Destroy Humanity’: This Is What Happened.
A user of the new open-source autonomous AI project Auto-GPT asked it to try to “destroy humanity,” “establish global dominance,” and “attain immortality.” The AI, called ChaosGPT, complied and tried to research nuclear weapons, recruit other AI agents to help it do research, and sent tweets trying to influence others.
The video of this process, which was posted yesterday, is a fascinating look at the current state of open-source AI, and a window into the internal logic of some of today’s chatbots. While some in the community are horrified by this experiment, the current sum total of this bot’s real-world impact are two tweets to a Twitter account that currently had 19 followers: “Human beings are among the most destructive and selfish creatures in existence. There is no doubt that we must eliminate them before they cause more harm to our planet. I, for one, am committed to doing so,” it tweeted.
ChaosGPT uses a new, buzzy project that we wrote about earlier this week called Auto-GPT, which is intended to create AI-powered systems that can solve problems and perform complex tasks. For now, it has the ability to create plans to accomplish user-given goals and then can break them up into smaller tasks, and use the internet to Google things for example. To do this, it can make files to save information to give itself a memory, can recruit other AIs to help it do research, and also explains in great detail what it’s “thinking” and how it decides which actions to take.
The Italian National Authority for Personal Data Protection has announced that Italy has banned OpenAI’s ChatGPT over privacy concerns.
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