The Godfather Of AI Quits Google To Warn Against Rapid AI Development

Geoffrey Hinton, a pioneer in deep learning, warns against the rapid development of AI as he leaves Google

Geoffrey Hinton, who was awarded the \”Nobel Prize of Computing\” for his pioneering work on neural networks, is now free to talk about the dangers of AI.

A man often called the \”Godfather\” of AI regrets a part of his work.

A pioneer in developing deep learning models, which are the basis of tools such as ChatGPT and Bard has left Google to warn of the dangers of scalability of AI technology.

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Geoffrey Hinton, a 2018 Turing Award recipient, said in an interview with The New York Times that he quit his job as a Google employee to talk openly about the dangers of AI.