Generative artificial intelligence may have reached a dead end. This opinion was expressed by Bill Gates, writes The Indian Express with reference to the German newspaper Handelsblatt. But the businessman warns that he may be wrong in his judgment.
According to him, the leap from GPT-2 to GPT-4 was incredible. However, GPT technology has now reached a plateau, and GPT-5 is unlikely to be better than its predecessor, GPT-4.
At the same time, in the short term, Bill Gates sees significant potential in AI. New research will make the technology more reliable and accessible. He also believes that artificial intelligence can benefit the healthcare system. For example, AI can help speed up the development of medicines and vaccines.
By the way, the European Central Bank recently released a study on the impact of AI on jobs. According to experts, the rapid introduction of artificial intelligence may lead to lower wages, but so far it is creating rather than destroying jobs, especially for young and highly skilled professionals.