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San Francisco-based OpenAI and Microsoft are preparing to launch the new Bing search engine and Edge browser with the use of ChatGPT, showing again that artificial intelligence is changing the relationship between humans and computers.
Artificial intelligence is where American computer engineer Krishna C. Mukherjee spends most of his time, and he believes that AI and humans work well together. Since starting to work on the emerging technology stream in the late 1980s, Mukherjee has stated that artificial intelligence (AI) is a collaboration between humans and machines to achieve the best results.
Mukherjee, born and raised in India, joined Microsoft in 1988 after majoring in computer science. Mukherjee is credited with setting the foundation for the Windows operating system and office suite at the Redmond behemoth. He and his team designed AI-based features such as spelling and grammar checking, autocorrect and Auto Format features, and IntelliSense in Microsoft Office.
Big tech companies like Microsoft, Google, and Meta are adding AI products to their offerings but never manage to demonstrate AI use cases on a large scale. OpenAi is the first startup to show the power of AI with the launch of the GPT-3 Language model in 2022.
The tech landscape was having its iPhone moment when OpenAI launched ChatGPT, a conversion bot used to generate essays, and stories in response to user prompts. ChatGPT has become one of the most useful applications with 100 million users in just 2 months. Microsoft’s partnership with San Francisco-based OpenAI and the launch of the new Bing and Edge browsers with ChatGPT technology once again demonstrate how artificial intelligence is changing how people interact with the computer.
Mukherjee says AI has made great strides in the last 20 years due to the availability of data as well as improvements in algorithms and techniques. The more data available, the better the AI becomes, as it learns everything from the data.
The algorithms that helped create these infrastructures, also known as neural networks, as computers simulate data, absorb all the data available on the Internet, Mukherjee explained, and create trillions of neural networks and billions of It is possible to use parameters. It’s easy to train yourself, make it possible, by using the token they actually pretend to be a human.”
But the question comes whether this AI will eat the jobs of humans. Arthur D. Albert Magee, the global technology futurist at Little Chimes, said that AI is not intended to replace humans, but that humans who use it smartly will outperform humans who don’t know how to use it. If you know how to use this AI then you can do something creative.
“Artificial intelligence is artificial, it’s not creative… but that’s not true anymore,” he says. Meige believes that AI will advance creativity, not the other way around. “It’s the same story as when photography was invented. Painters thought that photographers are taking the easy path. In reality, however, the cameras are still the brain but a lot depends on the intention of the artist.”
Meige agrees with the fact that like humans, AI does not have feelings, they are not emotional and sensitive.
Everyone is impressed with the performance of AI Chatbots and Chatgpt as they are providing everything that we need to lighten our workload. But Meige warns everyone to blindly trust the AI as they are not humans. “[These] chatbots output words in a probabilistic manner…sometimes the answer is factually wrong.” No matter how advanced these chatbots become, they cannot replace a journalist yet. “When you are a journalist, fact-checking is one of your key skills and that is not yet implemented in AI tools like ChatGPT,” Meige said.
Meige added, however, that he believes AI will replace jobs that are routine and do not call for specialized knowledge, such as writing simple press releases or legal paperwork.“It will destroy jobs, but it will allow people who have lost their jobs to be more human and do more interesting things.”
Mukherjee says AI will not make human skills obsolete, as people have been saying for years. AI will help people with some such tasks which will make their work easier. Before artificial intelligence came along, he recalls how the goal of the Intelligent File Manager, which combines logic programming and tools like Microsoft Excel, was to get rid of paperwork in large organizations.
If seen, AI is talking like a human, it understands the way humans think, understand, and work and then reacts. This type of technology is required by some business organizations which can further increase their business. The co-founder and CTO of Yellow AI, “Jaya Kishore Gollareddy” says that “the primary use case of [chatbots] hasn’t changed.”
Golareddy, CEO of Yellow AI, said that customers are looking for automated and effective solutions to reduce support costs or increase customer engagement. And AI is the best technology for all these works. Let’s say, people in the airline industry are using this AI tool to improve their flying experience as well as flight operations when there is some change in aircraft maintenance or weather.
AI and humans are the same groups of people with a common goal. But because the data used to train the model was developed by humans, AI is not free from bias. Misinformation of data, lack of diversity, or paucity of data can be sources of bias. If our training data ignores a particular demographic group or ethnicity, there is a possibility that attitudes and biases may affect how the chatbot answers questions and returns results based on them.