A roundtable discussion on the future of generative AI

The specialists examined a few potential future examination headings around generative computer based intelligence, including the chance of incorporating perceptual frameworks, drawing on human detects like touch and smell, instead of zeroing in basically on language and pictures. The analysts likewise talked about the significance of drawing in with policymakers and people in general to guarantee generative artificial intelligence devices are created and conveyed dependably.

“The danger of digital snake oil is one of the biggest risks associated with generative AI today.” According to Solar-Lezama, “there is a significant risk of a lot of products going out that claim to do miraculous things but could, in the long run, be very harmful.”

A roundtable discussion on the future of generative AI followed the reading of an excerpt from the 1925 science fiction novel “Metropolis” by senior Joy Ma, a physics and theater arts major. The conversation included Joshua Tenenbaum, a teacher in the Division of Cerebrum and Mental Sciences and an individual from CSAIL; Dina Katabi, the Thuan and Nicole Pham Professor of EECS and CSAIL and MIT Jameel Clinic Principal Investigator; and physics professor Max Tegmark; furthermore, was directed by Daniela Rus.