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AI Agents Assemble!

๐ŸŒˆ Abstract

The article discusses the future of AI agents and the potential for a "super-competent colleague" that can assist humans with various tasks. It covers the views of Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, on the limitations of ChatGPT and the potential for a more advanced AI agent that can integrate with a person's digital life.

๐Ÿ™‹ Q&A

[01] AI Agents and the Future of AI

1. What is Sam Altman's view on the current state of ChatGPT? According to Altman, ChatGPT is "not phenomenal" and is "mildly embarrassing, at best." He believes that GPT-4, the next generation of the model, will be "the dumbest model any of you will ever have to you again โ€“ by a lot."

2. What does Altman envision as the "killer app" for AI? Altman describes the ideal AI agent as a "super-competent colleague that knows absolutely everything about my whole life, every email, every conversation I've ever had, but doesn't feel like an extension." This agent could tackle some tasks instantly and go off to work on more complex tasks, coming back with questions if needed.

3. Does Altman believe this AI agent will require a new piece of hardware? Altman says there's a chance this AI agent won't necessarily require a new device, as it could exist in the cloud. However, he adds that people would likely be "happy to have [a new device]" even if it's not required.

[02] The Challenges of AI Development

1. What is the current "hack" around the need for more training data? According to the article, the current approach has been to feed the models with data created by other models, which is problematic at scale.

2. What is Altman's view on the future of addressing the need for more training data? Altman believes that "we're going to figure out a way out of this thing of you always just need more and more training data." He says that "Humans are existence proof that there is some other way to [train intelligence], and I hope we find it."

3. What is Altman's perspective on the definition of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI)? Altman suspects there will be "several different versions [of AGI] that are better and worse at different things," and that there will be a "compute threshold" to achieve AGI. However, he acknowledges that the definition of AGI may never be clearly defined, and that some will always believe it has been achieved while others will not.

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