Gautam Adani also became a fan of ChatGPT, said – Like Chip, the race for AI will also be complicated

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Gautam Adani also became a fan of ChatGPT, said - Like Chip, the race for AI will also be complicated
Aditya Chaudhary

Gautam Adani on ChatGPT: Asia’s richest man Gautam Adani’s heart has come to ChatGPT. It is a program based on artificial intelligence (AI) and is capable of writing jokes on its own, making computer code error-free and even producing poems and essays.

Gautam Adani’s business has expanded from mines, ports and power plants to airports, data centers and defense in recent years. He expressed his views after attending the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos.

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He wrote on the social media platform LinkedIn, this was probably my busiest WEF in terms of meetings. I met more than a dozen heads of state and many business leaders.

Throughout the discussions at the World Economic Forum, the theme of progress in artificial intelligence (AI) or generative AI (generative AI) dominated.

The recent introduction of ChatGPT marks a turning point in the democratization of AI, he said. It’s interesting to watch its surprising capabilities as well as its comical failures. I must admit it took some amount of getting used to since I started using it.

Adani said the AI ​​it contributes to creating in the read-and-write context will have wide-ranging implications, and that the US is ahead of the rest of the world as a leader in chip design and mass production.

Adani wrote that this would also open the way for weapons used in modern warfare. He said, AI has both potential and danger equally. The race is already on.

China is overtaking the US in the number of most cited scientific research papers on AI. He said that this is a race that will soon become complicated and tangled like the already ongoing silicon chip war.