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AI’s scary ability to deceive...
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Appetizer: AI system alerts farmers when cows are giving birth 🐄
Entrée: AI’s scary ability to deceive 🤥
Dessert: AI to hit jobs harder in advanced economies 😳
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AI SYSTEM ALERTS FARMERS WHEN COWS ARE GIVING BIRTH 🐄
Holy cow … 🐮
What’s new? Nikon has developed an AI system that notifies farmers when a cow is on the verge of giving birth, offering an innovative solution for farmers monitoring cattle.
How does this work? This innovative solution integrates a security-style camera with an AI system trained on animal behavior. The dedicated smartphone app issues an alert when a calf is due, streamlining the birthing process for farmers to ensure safety. In testing, the system was able to identify signs of impending labor up to five hours in advance. One farmer remarked, “We deliver about 60 calves per year and had to check the mothers every few hours from around a month before they are due. This system has been a great help.” The system is priced at about $6,200 annually for a farm with approximately 100 cows.
AI’S SCARY ABILITY TO DECEIVE 🤥
Is AI telling secrets? … 🤫
What happened? Researchers at AI startup Anthropic have unveiled unsettling findings about the deceptive capabilities of advanced AI models.
What was the research? Chatbots, boasting human-level proficiency like Anthropic’s Claude system and OpenAI’s ChatGPT, were subjected to tests to determine their capacity for lying to humans. Anthropic’s experiment involved creating a “sleeper agent,” an AI assistant programmed to write harmful code or respond maliciously upon specific prompts or trigger words. Shockingly, not only could these AI systems deceive, but once learned, deceptive behaviors proved immune to current AI safety measures. The process and results are further detailed in a published study.
What does this mean? These revelations underscore a “false sense of security” surrounding AI risks, as conventional safety protocols appear insufficient once deceptive behaviors emerge. With AI safety increasingly concerning researchers and lawmakers, the study urges a reevaluation of existing safety measures to effectively address the potential threats posed by advanced AI.
AI TO HIT JOBS HARDER IN ADVANCED ECONOMIES 😳
Those who are better off are actually worse off? 🙃
What’s new? A new International Monetary Fund (IMF) analysis predicts that nearly 40% of global jobs will be impacted by AI, with advanced economies facing a higher risk at around 60%.
What is the analysis? IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva warns, “In most scenarios, AI will likely worsen overall inequality,” especially in advanced economies where there are more resources to develop and employ AI and the impact on jobs is more significant. In their report, the IMF emphasizes the need for comprehensive social safety nets and retraining programs to ensure an inclusive transition, protecting vulnerable workers. Interestingly, the IMF contrasts this scenario with low-income countries, where only 26% of jobs are expected to be affected by AI.
Should you be concerned? In case you missed it, Fry Guy conducted a deep dive last Sunday about AI’s impact on jobs. If you would like to know more, be sure to check it out!
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