Asia’s Richest Man Gautam Adani Is Addicted To AI Chatbot ChatGPT

Gautham Adani has admitted to being addicted to AI Chabot ChatGPT. In a LinkedIn post, the 60-year-old Indian tycoon stated that ChatGPT’s release was a “transformational moment” in the democratization and use of AI. He cited its incredible capabilities as well as its comical failures.

Gautham Adani, a billionaire, also stated that generative AI would have huge ramifications. He said the US was the leader in large-scale chip production and design five decades ago. He also said that it led to the rise of many partner nations and tech giants like Intel, Qualcomm, and TSMC, among others.

It also opened the door to precision and guided weapons that can be used in modern warfare. There are now more chips than ever before.

Adani stated that “Generative AI is as dangerous and potent as traditional AI” and that the race for the future has begun with China surpassing the US in terms of the most-cited scientific papers about AI.

The 60-year-old business magnate said Chinese researchers would publish twice as many academic papers on AI by 2023 than their American counterparts. Adani Group founder and chairman said, “This race will quickly become complex and entangled like the ongoing silicon chip battle.”

ChatGPT’s simple design and advanced technology are quickly gaining popularity.

Microsoft also announced Monday that the third phase in its long-term partnership was with OpenAI. This multiyear, multibillion-dollar investment will help to accelerate AI breakthroughs and ensure that these benefits are shared widely.

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