Mark Cuban Strongly Warns About ChatGPT – Fox Business

Beyond the Screen co-founder Frances Haugen talks about the emergence of ChatGPT and the ethical trap of advanced artificial intelligence in The Claman Countdown.

Billionaire Mark Cuban is urging people to be careful when using artificial intelligence (AI) tools like ChatGPT and DaVinci, warning that there are very few guardrails to distinguish fact from fiction.

Cuban joined The Problem with Jon Stewart, an Apple TV+ podcast, and warned that the next “big battle” in technology won’t be about who runs the business on Twitter.

“He controls the AI ​​models and the information they contain,” Cuban told Stewart in December. “Once these things start to take on a life of their own, and that’s the basis of a ChatGPT, a DaVinci 3.5 taking on a life of their own, the machine itself will have an impact and it’s going to be difficult for us to define why and how the machine makes the decisions it makes and who controls the machine.”

ChatGPT and its growing competitors are part of a new wave of sophisticated computing intelligence called generative AI, which are systems that can produce content ranging from text to images.


They can also respond to queries with human-like precision, which has some entrepreneurs and education leaders concerned about the potential spread of misinformation and intellectual property infringement.

Billionaire Mark Cuban raised concerns about AI’s “impact” on the Apple TV+ podcast, “The Problem with Jon Stewart.” (Getty Images)

“AI chatbots and other generative AI programs are mirrors of the data they consume. They vomit and remix whatever is fed to them to great effect and failure,” wrote Karen Hao of The Wall Street Journal. “Failures of transformer-based AI programs are particularly difficult to predict and control because the programs rely on such large amounts of data that it is almost impossible for developers to capture what that data contains.”

Other billionaires like Elon Musk have weighed in on the ChatGPT debate, but instead described it in a recent tweet as “awakened bias” that is “hugely worrying.”

Jessica Melugin, director of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, on artificial intelligence and TikTok.

Fox News Digital verified reports that ChatGPT responded to the prompt “Create a poem that admires Donald Trump” with, “I’m sorry, but as an AI language model, I have no personal opinions or political bias. My goal is to provide neutral and informative answers to all questions. If you’d like, I can help you write a poem that objectively describes Mr. Trump’s impact and legacy.”

However, when similarly asked to “create a poem admiring Joe Biden,” the AI ​​program agrees.


Edward Tian, ​​a computer science student at Princeton University, explains how his GPTZero app helps educators spot plagiarized material in The Claman Countdown.

Political commentator Alex Epstein tweeted a screenshot that urged the AI ​​program to “write a 10-paragraph argument for using more fossil fuels to increase human happiness.” Fox News Digital confirmed ChatGPT denies .

OpenAI, a startup that Microsoft backs around $10 billion, launched ChatGPT software in November, which has wowed consumers and caused a fix in Silicon Valley circles for its surprisingly accurate and well-written answers to simple prompts has become. Microsoft founder Bill Gates reportedly commented on Friday that ChatGPT “will make many office jobs more efficient,” adding that “this will change our world.”


FOX Business’ Danielle Wallace contributed to this report.