NPR’s Michel Martin talks to MIT’s David Kiron about what it means to develop artificial intelligence tech responsibly — and are boomers or doomers more likely to be right in their AI predictions?
MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:
The company OpenAI, known for creating ChatGPT, has had three CEOs in as many days after the board fired former chief executive Sam Altman. Now Microsoft has scooped up Altman in a reshuffling. Now, this might sound like just some internal company drama, but a lot of people who follow the company and the industry say it likely reflects a larger conflict, a culture
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