OpenAI is hyping the risks of future superintelligent AI again.
However, as James Vincent noted previously:
According to OpenAI’s critics, this talk of regulating superintelligence, otherwise known as artificial general intelligence, or AGI, is a rhetorical feint — a way for Altman to pull attention away from the current harms of AI systems and keep lawmakers and the public distracted with sci-fi scenarios.
Also today, CNBC reported SensorTower data shows ChatGPT and Bing app installs dropped 38 percent in June, while SimilarWeb data shows worldwide traffic to its website dropped 9.7 percent in June, along with a similar decline in minutes spent on the site.
Is it because kids are out of school and don’t need the bot to do their homework, or has the AI trend already found a peak for now?