Despite launching GPT-4 with trillions of data parameters, Microsoft’s anchor AI project has been criticized for its lack of emotional intelligence, failure to understand different contexts, lack of accuracy, limitation to detect typos, and its inability to generating long-form, structured content.

Italy temporarily banned ChatGPT this month citing data privacy concerns, and vowed to investigate whether it breached the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.

Musk called for the creation of a body to crowdsource regulatory proposals from the global AI industry and draft laws and ethical guidelines to be adopted by all tech companies. “I think we have a better chance of advanced AI being beneficial to humanity in that circumstance,” he said in the interview.

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