By ET Bureau - March 31, 2023 1 Mins Read
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Policy tech ethics group Center has requested the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to restrict OpenAI from granting new commercial deployments of GPT-4, which has wowed some users and created distress for others with its immediate and human-like replies to queries. Microsoft Corp. backed OpenAI with a base in California revealed the fourth version of its ChatGPT AI program in early March, which has surprised users by engaging them in human-like interactions, composing songs, and summarizing lengthy documents. FTC received a formal complaint from artificial intelligence industry veterans to put a six-month pause in developing systems better than OpenAI’s newly launched GPT-4.
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