Google Deepmind co-founder spoke about future AI technologies


The next stage in the development of artificial intelligence is interactive bots that can perform tasks for a person, using other software and people. Google Deepmind co-founder Mustafa Suleiman spoke about this in an interview with MIT Technology Review.

In his opinion, future AI developments will become more dynamic and will be able to act independently.

“You simply give them a high-level overall goal and they will use all the tools available to achieve it. Neural networks will talk to other people and AI,” explained the head of Deepmind.

Given enough freedom of action, new technologies will provide greater functionality than existing generative algorithms, which Suleiman called “static.”

Earlier in a conversation with CNBC, the programmer predicted that within the next five years, everyone will be able to have personal assistants with artificial intelligence. His company Inflection AI launched its chatbot Pi in May as a competitor to OpenAI’s ChatGPT. The tool emphasizes personal advice and communication.

“The first wave of AI was about classification. Deep learning has shown that we can teach a computer to distinguish between different types of input data: images, video, audio, language. We are now in a generative wave, where you take information and create new information. The third wave will be interactive,” added Suleiman.

Speaking about the risks posed by AI, the Deepmind co-founder said that “humans will always be in charge.” For greater control, countries must create appropriate legislation, the developer believes.

“Overall, there are certain things that we need to be very careful about, if not just rule them out for the foreseeable future. Something like recursive self-improvement. You wouldn’t want your little AI to go offline and update its own code without your control,” he said.

Suleiman concluded that the world has done an amazing job of regulating “super complex things” like aviation, so it can handle artificial intelligence.

Recall that in August, YouTube CEO Neil Mohan shared plans to introduce AI into the music industry. He noted the rapid development of technology and spoke about the principles of the platform for its integration.

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