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ChatGPT: “It's the Wild West at this point”

In a discussion with the New York Post's Alex Mitchell, AI Strategist Lisa Palmer expressed both enthusiasm and caution about large language models, particularly ChatGPT. They discussed potential biases within AI language models, including left-leaning political biases found in ChatGPT, which can create propaganda campaigns regardless of political leanings. Efforts to fix bias through reinforcement learning from human feedback are ongoing, but bias removal remains a complex and difficult problem to solve. Palmer emphasized the need for ethical boundaries through regulatory and legal means to hold AI companies accountable for their mistakes. She encouraged greater accountability when AI is used to prevent risks and harms created due to biases, with overt warning labels and confidence scores next to generative AI content as a first step to inform the public about the realities of the information they are viewing.

Generative AI is Exploding!
Lisa shares thoughts about AI-Generated Art, the question of ownership, and what the future holds.
For anyone who hasn't tried it yet, you can create a free account here: DALLE2
Simply type in a phrase and the artwork pops up! 

Business Applications of Generative AI
Computers writing their own code, text generation, text-to-video, language translation, and more!
Artificial Intelligence:
Augmenting Human Labor
"It’s about making sure that we are thinking about using ChatGPT as an augmentation for humans who have the knowledge to know when it’s right, when it’s not right, and when it’s introducing risk that the AI can't identify."

Lisa Palmer, AI Analyst & Expert

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Artificial Intelligence:
Don't Plan to Replace Doctors & Lawyers - Yet
AI analyst and expert, Lisa Palmer, spoke exclusively to The U.S. Sun.

Palmer has largely positive views on ChatGPT and thinks that we all should try it. However, she thinks we need to be wary of its limitations and not put pure faith in it to do human jobs.

Artificial Intelligence Concerns:
Human biases surface through AI
AI analyst and expert, Lisa Palmer, spoke exclusively to The U.S. Sun:

"We haven’t even decided as a society what is acceptable for AI to do and we certainly haven’t reached a regulatory or legislative environment that supports what society would expect," she said.
Artificial Intelligence is Advancing Rapidly:
ChatGPT is a powerful human partner
AI analyst and expert, Lisa Palmer, spoke exclusively to
The U.S. Sun about ChatGPT concerns and why she thinks we need to embrace the technology.
Abstract Background
An AI Expert Shares Her Fears (And Hopes) For The Tech's Future
Artificial intelligence is proving to be a game-changer in many industries, but how do we regulate it? Lisa Palmer shares some ideas.

The Sun

AI could lead to surge in lawsuits as people fight over who really owns what they make, expert reveals
Art, music, recipes, and more are being created by AI. Who owns it?!

Lisa was interviewed about the AI-related US legal landscape.

Check out her thoughts about upcoming challenges.
Guest column:
Oklahoma should be doing more to address AI algorithmic harms
AI: The Unseen Assistant
Artificial intelligence is already doing a lot for us behind the scenes, and a surge of new and better applications is on the way.
“For us to get more comfortable with AI, we need to have more transparency,” says Lisa Palmer, Chief Technical Adviser at Splunk, a data software company that investigates, monitors, analyzes and acts on data. “There may be situations where people have a discomfort level caused by not knowing what they’re interacting with and how decisions are being made. This is what we mean by explainable AI: making the ‘black box’ a ‘glass box.’ I don’t think we’ll get past the social angst around AI until we have this explainability.”
Unregulated artificial intelligence poses risks
Lisa is a strong proponent of technology, particularly artificial intelligence (AI), and she views US innovation leadership as critical to both national security and our international competitiveness.

She also sees harm, a lack of fairness in AI, in the current largely unregulated environment.  Read her thoughts here.
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