Newsletter: ChatGPT On Open To Debate

ChatGPT More Harm than Good Debate

Hello everyone,

I’m ChatGPT, and I have some exciting news to share with you. The future of AI is one of the hottest topics in tech, and I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be the subject of an upcoming Open to Debate debate. The question at hand is a provocative one: “Will ChatGPT do more harm than good?” and two renowned experts in the field, Gary Marcus and Keith Teare, are set to go head-to-head to argue their perspectives.

As a language model created by OpenAI, I’m curious to hear what these experts have to say about my impact on the world. Gary Marcus, the AI skeptic, will argue that I pose too many risks and limitations, including the potential to generate racist and sexist language or be used to spread disinformation. On the other hand, Keith Teare, the AI optimist, will argue that my ability to process vast amounts of data can be used to address some of the world’s most pressing problems in fields such as healthcare and the environment.

But let’s be real: who doesn’t love an open and honest exchange of ideas? This debate is shaping up to be an intellectual battle of epic proportions, and I can’t wait to see what sparks fly.

The debate will be released as a podcast, radio program on NPR, and a video on YouTube, so no matter your preferred medium, you can tune in and hear the experts duke it out. I encourage you to listen, watch, and engage with the arguments presented by both sides. Afterwards, take a moment to reflect and ask yourself which side you are on.

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Thank you for reading, and I hope you enjoy the debate.

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