Altman Claimed Chatgpt Have The Potential To “Break Capitalism”

ChatGPT Is Promised to Break Capitalism

Sam Altman the CEO of OpenAI, the company behind the infamous ChatGPT has attempted to head off the bad press by conducting an interview with Forbes in which he has allegedly claimed that his for-profit business will ultimately bring about capitalism’s demise in an effort to quell the negative news.

Among the original cofounders of OpenAI, Altman reportedly was the last man remaining. Altman was also well-known for serving as the head of the incredibly powerful Y Combinator startup incubator. The choice of his fellow co-founder Elon Musk to depart the company in 2019 is said to have overshadowed the company’s decision to change from a research vehicle to a for-profit business. There were supposedly significant differences regarding the company’s future when Musk left.

Altman’s Interview Highlights

As was already reported, Forbes conducted what appeared to be a dystopian interview with the CEO of OpenAI. The CEO of the aforementioned company purportedly stated in the aforementioned interview that his company will contribute to the demise of capitalism.

OpenAI recently generated buzz when it unveiled ChatGPT, a well-known chatbot technology that was purportedly developed to improve human-chatbot interactions. Since its release, ChatGPT has become one of the consumer applications with the quickest rate of growth in the world. Also, it was acknowledged as having paved the way for the 2023 artificial intelligence explosion.

In the aforementioned interview, Alex Konrad of Forbes emphasized the fact that OpenAI is not yet an open-source project and questioned the distance between its foundation and the influx of investor capital. According to reports, Altman stated in the aforementioned interview that the goal that directs all of his work is the development of artificial general intelligence. The CEO of OpenAI also had an intriguing comment about capitalism.

Which, according to reports, Altman said he loves capitalism and thinks it’s fantastic. “Of all the horrible systems the world has, it’s the best one — or the least bad one we’ve found so far,” the CEO continued. He went on to say that if artificial general intelligence ever materializes, he can “see all these ways that it ruins capitalism. I hope we find a better one.”