While the market is fascinated with the next version release of Chat GPT-4 which is a deep learning algorithm capable of generating human-level conversational responses. The model is trained using a large data sets and generates relevant responses to user questions or inputs. The language model can answer questions and assist you with tasks like: composing emails, essays, code, music and even create educational syllabus. The opportunities are endless.

Chat GPT4 opens up a broad range of possibilities, applications for both for not for profits, for profit or individuals to engage with a more natural communication with chatbots. We thought a dog was our best friend. Well with the growth we have seen, Chat GPT4 is an unprecedented tool winning over minds and hearts – but its too fast and we have to think harder before its far too late.

OpenAI unveiled the new GPT-4 on March 17, 2023, and a great deal of hullabaloo, has happened since then.

First, ChatGPT4 can handle more nuanced instructions than its predecessor, with its uncanny ability to answer almost any question and reason, and with more accuracy. Experts state that the new GPT-4 has almost a 5x improvement on earlier models and that this one is sophisticated enough to draft a lawsuit.

As a result, the social implications of GPT-4 are far-reaching and require careful policy and legislation planning. Once again Pandora is out of the box with out guard rails to guide and help modernize business practices.

Questions like:

  1. What are the ethical implications with ChatGPT4 on job loss?
  2. How will humans adjust to machines that understand better their own feelings and intentions?
  3. How with this enhanced intelligent system impact humans own ability to communicate and interact with one another?

More concerns were released this past week on March 29th, 2023, when prominent computer scientists and tech industry notables such as Elon Musk and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak calling for a 6-month pause to consider the risks.

Their petition warns that AI systems with “human-competitive intelligence can pose profound risks to society and humanity,” – from flooding the internet with disinformation and automating away jobs to more catastrophic future risks out of the realms of science fiction. It also says “recent months have seen AI labs locked in an out-of-control race to develop and deploy ever more powerful digital minds that no one – not even their creators – can understand, predict, or reliably control.”

The potential of GPT-4 is significant and for this technology to be used responsibly, we need to advance AI legislation faster with more uniformity, governments, corporations, academic researchers and citizens must create guidelines and regulations that continue to advance and protect users’ privacy and security.


We are entering a new world where intelligent solutions are advancing so rapidly that the implications to job loss and society are simply not having evolved sufficiently and the impact could be catastrophic.


See other articles on AI ChatBots that I have written.

Why Meta’s Yann LeCun Is An AI GodFather And Why ChatGPT3 Is Not Revolutionary.

Chat GPT is the Fastest Growing App in the History of the Internet

Will 2023 be the Year that Chat GPT breaks free?

Why is Microsoft’s Bing new Chat Bot raising Eyebrows?


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