ChatGPT’s development nearly cost this small Midwestern city its drinking water

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By Ian Krietzberg The bull thesis for artificial intelligence, spouted often by its creators, is quite simple: the technology, acting as a tool to be leveraged by humans, will lead to enormous advancements in science and medicine. It will speed up the creation of new medicine and could assist in the fight against climate change. The risks pale in comparison to the rewards, according to the leaders of the AI revolution. “We are working to build tools that one day could address some of humanity’s biggest challenges,” OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said at a Senate hearing in May, adding the caveat that, …

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