Gautam Adani has some addiction to OpenAI’s ChatGPT due to its advanced technology and simple design
Intro: Gautam Adani, the fourth richest person in the world, shared a LinkedIn post where he talked about several trends in the business world across the globe in 2023 that includes OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Adani has some Addiction to OpenAI’s ChatGPT which has caught his attention ever since it was launched in November 2022.
The billionaire in his LinkedIn post said the release of ChatGPT was a “transformational moment in the democratization of AI given its astounding capabilities as well as comical failures.” He also wrote that he must ‘admit to some addiction since he started using it’. The tech industry is embracing ChatGPT, capable of understanding and generating human-like text, which performs a wide range of applications including translation, text summarisation, and conversation generation. This rising popularity makes everyone talk about it including chairman and founder of Adan Groups, Gautam Adani who in a linked post wrote followed by the conclusion of World Economic Forum(WEF) 2023.
Gautam Adani talked about how he is hooked to the AI-based chatbot ChatGPT, and how it can be used to crack jokes, write essays and even lead to benefits in business. ChatGPT is a large language model developed by Open AI which sparked debates amongst tech experts about primary concerns surrounding the technology. It has a major impact on job displacement. The biased use of data that can be used to train the model is another point of concern. In the post, Adani also mentioned that generative AI will have massive ramifications and it poses the same threats as silicon chips. He highlighted the pioneering chip design and large-scale production that put the US ahead of the rest of the world nearly five decades ago. He added that this also led to the rise of many partner countries and tech behemoths like Intel, Qualcomm, etc. “It also paved the way for precision and guided weapons used in modern warfare with more chips mounted than ever before,” he noted.