1.WHAT IS CALLED “GENERATIVE AI”?
AI in the form of ChatGPT has broken out of sci-fi speculation and labs and started making
its way to ordinary people’s desktops and phones. A well-crafted prompt can suddenly turn a so-
called “generative AI” into an essay, compile a recipe or shopping list, or compose a poem in the
style of Elvis Presley.
2.WHY GENERATIVE AI IS THREATENED US ?
Researchers working closely with these systems, as is the case with Google’s Large Language
Model (LLM) LaMDA, are swooning at the possibilities of the senses. LLMs are models trained to
process and generate natural language. Generative AI also raises concerns about plagiarism, abuse
of original content to create models, abuse of information manipulation ethics and trust, and even
the “end of programming.”
3.WHEN AI BECOME SUCCESSFUL?
Three factors are required for AI to succeed. First, it needs a tonne of high-quality, objective data.
And secondly, Designed to support human programmers, Co-Pilot pulls data from billions of lines of
code shared on GitHub. Thirdly, Text-to-image tools from data sets like LAION-5B, Co-Pilot for
assisting human programmers, ChatGPT, and other huge language models employ the internet
storage of billions of webpages and text documents.