“Should we be afraid of artificial intelligence? It’s like asking if we should be afraid of electricity or fire or steam. Some concerns are warranted. It can be used for bad things, but the benefits outweigh the benefits,” says the AI developer and programmer Jan Tyl, who programmed, for example, Matylda involved in the pre-election TV debate. Where can we do without AI today? And can we always recognize it?
You can watch the entire interview in the introductory video or listen to it in your favorite podcast app. What were its main themes?
0:35 – 2:45 Why, according to developer Jan Tyl, could the rise of AI be the next industrial revolution? Should its development be suspended? Who should be in control of artificial intelligence?
2:45 – 5:31 What principle does artificial intelligence work on? Is she able to improve herself, does she understand human emotions?
5:31 – 8:23 According to Tyl, the speed with which the new GPT model is spreading among people has surpassed even all social media and applications. Does the chatbot understand the text it writes to people? How much can the rise of AI affect schools and teaching, and how should educators and students approach artificial intelligence?
8:23 – 12:15 By what signs can we recognize if the text was written by artificial intelligence or a person? Can AI be creative? Where is her biggest weakness?
12:15 – 15:22 A photo of the Pope in a down jacket went viral on the Internet, and many people did not know that it was a creation of artificial intelligence. What should we be careful about with photographs if we have doubts about their authenticity? What can AI do today?
15:22 – 18:55 In which professions can artificial intelligence replace humans? Why does Jan Tyl consider AI more like a co-pilot or an assistant and how useful is it in medicine today?
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