New Delhi : Publicly speaking, ChatGPT did not exist a year ago. technologies in the world today. Today, Ms. Murati was named OpenAI’s interim CEO after Sam Altman’s performance failed to meet the board’s standards.
In addition to ChatGPT, Ms. Murati was in charge of pushing Dall-E, an AI model that turns text into images. Following the widespread success of deepfake videos featuring actors Rashmika Mandanna, Katrina Kaif, and Kajol, both of OpenAI’s services have gained attention.
Yesterday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also voiced his concerns on the improper use of AI and asked the ChatGPT team to implement measures to prevent the production of such altered media.
Speaking on a talk show, Mira Murati described how the company uses its tools to try and stop the development of altered media.
Speaking to comedian Trevor Noah last year, she stated, “We have chosen to make Dall-E available to the public but with certain guardrails and with certain constraints.”
“We certainly want the public to be aware of the potential of AI. However, we do have some boundaries because, at the moment, we don’t feel very comfortable with the mitigation of disinformation,” Ms. Murati continued.
The 34-year-old described how certain data is routinely removed to make sure users are unable to create photos of famous people.
“The creation of public personalities is not permitted. Thus, we will examine the data set and remove some of the information. That’s the first phase, according to her: evaluating the model’s training data and making adjustments to prevent particular results.
“Later, we will look at applying filters, so that when you put in a prompt, it won’t generate things that contain violence or hate,” Mira Murati said.
Concern over the improper use of AI has been raised by a number of deepfake videos on social media featuring actors Rashmika Mandanna, Katrina Kaif, and Kajol’s features altered. Legal action has been demanded by a number of voices in the film business, including the renowned actor Amitabh Bachchan.
Last week, the government sent social media companies an advice outlining the laws that regulate deepfakes of this kind and the potential penalties for creating and disseminating them.