Mustafa Suleyman says this artificial intelligence technology will be vastly available and inexpensive.
Mustafa Suleyman, Infection AI chief executive officer and DeepMind co-founder believes that the next five years will be radical for the business sector.
During a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum, the artificial intelligence (AI) pioneer said that, according to him, an artificial intelligence system could develop, produce, market, and sell a product, basically operating its own business, before 2030.
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Specifically, Suleyman claimed that the capabilities will be there before the end of this decade. Additionally, they will be vastly available at a low cost, possibly even in open source.
Most people would use the term artificial general intelligence (AGI) to refer to a machine capable of such undertakings. However, Mustafa did not give further information concerning the subject. He says the term is a foggy concept and ‘lacks clarity.’ Further, he claimed that researchers must focus on practical applications for artificial intelligence technology.
Turing Test Compares AI System to Human
In earlier commentary, Mustafa had said that his ‘Turing Test’ is an analogue for establishing how an artificial intelligence system is similar to a human. Additionally, it determines if a system can independently and lawfully generate $1M.
Mustafa has also spoken constantly concerning the importance of constraining AI systems before it is too late. According to his 2023 book, titled ‘The Coming Wave: Technology, Power, and the Twenty-first Century’s Greatest Dilemma,’ he wrote that the next five years are highly essential.’
Mustafa has also recommended that the U.S. government intervene in the artificial intelligence sector. In 2023, he joined Sam Altman, OpenAI’s chief executive officer, Mark Zuckerberg, Meta’s chief executive officer, and officials from other technology firms for a meeting with the United States Senate to discuss potential regulatory interventions for the technology.
The committee meetings did not yield enforceable actions. However, Mustafa and other technology leaders signed a voluntary treaty to prevent them from knowingly developing destructive artificial intelligence systems.
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