Theoretical physicist calls AI chatbots “glorified tape recorders”

Michio Kaku, a well-known theoretical physicist, has said that new AI chatbots are just a “glorified tape recorder.”

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Michio Kaku, a well-known theoretical physicist, has said that new AI chatbots are just a “glorified tape recorder.”

In an interview, Kaku talked about how he thinks AI chatbots like OpenAI’s ChatGPT could help society and make people more productive.

Kaku said that the fear comes from the fact that robots can collect material from the web, putting together pieces made by people and showing them in a way that could be mistaken for their own work.

He said that because of this, people think chatbots sound surprisingly human, even though chatbots can’t tell the difference between true and false information without human input.

The scientist talked about the different stages of computer growth and said that humans have gone through two steps. The first was analogue and used simple tools like sticks, stones, and mechanical devices to do calculations. Around the time of World War II, the second phase began. This was marked by the invention of electricity-powered transistors, which led to the development of microchips and the current digital world.

Kaku said that quantum computing would be a sign of the next phase. Quantum computing uses the different forms of tiny particles, such as electrons, to make computers much more powerful. Quantum computers are faster than standard binary systems because they use the complex states of particles instead of just ones and zeros.

IBM, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, all of which are well-known tech companies, are constantly researching quantum computing and making their AI chatbots available through cloud platforms. This new idea has the potential to be used in a lot of different ways, such as for risk assessment, supply chain management, and machine learning.

Kaku also talked about how quantum computing could change the way treatment is done. Cancer, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s all work at the molecular level, which makes it hard for standard computer systems to understand how they work. Quantum computing’s ability to translate the complex language of nature at the level of molecules and quantum electrons could lead to new ways to treat these complicated conditions.

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Michio Kaku’s ideas show how AI and quantum computing have the ability to change businesses and drive scientific progress, while also putting to rest fears about the bad effects of new technologies.

Written by Team Neemopani


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