"OpenAI announces GPT-4, claims it can beat 90% of humans on the SAT"
"AI startup raises $350 million for generative AI that can use every software tool and API"
"Microsoft lays off entire AI ethics team, goes all-in on ChatGPT"
"AI could forever change our lives, tech experts warn. And it could happen in months"
"AI marks the peak of humanity's technological dependence"
Yowza! Let's take a breather, shall we?
Do you ever get that uneasy, we’re all doomed kind of feeling?
We sure do, especially when we see those attention-grabbing headlines and op-eds about artificial intelligence. The buzz around AI's speedy advancements and its impact on our world is hard to miss.
But hold on!
Let's shift our focus to something that's really got our gears turning: the human-AI dynamic.
It's all too easy to worry about AI taking over.
In reality, isn't it the people in power who make decisions that affect jobs in various sectors, from manufacturing to creative industries and beyond?
AI isn't some magical force pushing folks out of work. It's a tool, one that can be used responsibly to improve our lives.
So, while it's important for AI researchers and developers to be ethical, shouldn't we expect the same from our leaders? After all, they're the ones making workforce decisions and overseeing layoffs.
Let's work together to shift the conversation from demonizing AI to keeping decision-makers accountable. By doing so, we can build a future where ethical AI is used responsibly, enhancing our lives and offering opportunities for everyone to flourish.
Critical Thinking + AI
As AI becomes a bigger part of our daily lives, critical thinking is more important than ever.
With a treasure trove of information at our fingertips, it's crucial that we learn how to sort through the chaos and figure out what's true and what's not. It's super easy to write a gazillion articles about how ChatGPT goofed something up—when we're actually just scared of how humans will spread that information or use it.
We're afraid of sneaky people who might use this tech to deceive, manipulate, or exploit others for personal gain, often at the expense of others or the common good.
Critical thinking skills don't just help us navigate the digital landscape and make informed decisions; they also help us adapt to the world of work.
By honing our analytical and problem-solving chops, we can stay ahead of the curve and seize the opportunities AI offers, while challenging the humans who are making decisions that are often supporting profit over people.
Develop your critical thinking skills easily by:
Consider multiple perspectives.
Reflect on your own biases.
Collaborate and communicate.
We’re love to hear what you think about this topic in the comments—let us know!
Honestly, anything humans can create can be used for unethical means. Medications like digoxin can keep patients with heart failure alive and living meaningful lives. They can also kill.
3D printers can make a lot of really cool stuff and are being used in research around printing organs for transplant. They can also be used to print guns.
We will never stop the advance of science and technology. Not should we. But we must regulate those in a position to use them unethically.
All the users positively love ai , it’s typical of media to concoct sensationalist stories as portents of gloom to distract us . Lucky we know different