According to a Business Today article, OpenAI’s CTO Mira Murati suggested that some creative jobs may disappear because of AI, but perhaps they shouldn’t have existed in the first place.

Mira Murati, CTO of OpenAI, (AFP)

During a recent visit to Dartmouth College, Mira Murati sparked a discussion about the future impact of artificial intelligence on society, particularly in creative arenas.

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Murati’s perspective on AI’s potential to enhance human creativity rather than replace it has raised questions about job security and the evolving nature of work.

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Collaborate and create?

Murati emphasized the collaborative aspect of AI tools like ChatGPT and DALL-E, proposing that these technologies can expand artistic expression and problem-solving capabilities, rather than diminish them.

Murati sees AI as a tool for collaboration that can expand creativity and learning opportunities for individuals across various domains.

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AI can teach

She also discussed how AI can democratize creativity, making it more accessible to a wider audience and facilitating learning in diverse fields.

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How to safely develop AI?

Murati addressed the ethical considerations surrounding AI development, emphasizing the need for responsible management as technology advances.

She stressed the importance of a collaborative approach to regulation involving developers, policymakers, and the public.

Organizations like OpenAI play a critical role in researching AI and mitigating potential risks associated with its advancement.

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