India’s tech boss is convinced that AI can’t compete with humans, why?


Rapid development AI Or artificial intelligence worried would male are falling even further behind and many jobs are at risk. However, according to the founder of Indian tech giant, Infosys, an AI such as ChatGPT has not been able to match the human mind.

Narayana Murthy, who is currently 78, is one of the richest people in the world thanks to the success of Infosys, which operates in the information technology sector, business consulting and other fields. His daughter, Akshata Murthy, is the wife of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

“ChatGPT is a great addition to knowledge generation, for performing certain tasks, for example writing essays,” Murthy said in an interview with CNBC quoted detikINET.

“But let’s remember that you and I have access to the same ChatGPT,” he said. Thus, the human mind will differentiate the results, with the experience and knowledge of each.

“If there’s competition between you and me, you’ll take ChatGPT’s output as a base and then add your own differentiation, your own intelligence,” Murthy continues.

“Lazy people will get a (grade) C. Only smart people will get an A. Therefore, I’m not too worried about ChatGPT,” the 78-year-old added.

Murthy said he would use ChatGPT as a sort of aid to produce better quality work and results, but not as a substitute for people.

“At the end of the day, I really believe in the theory that the human mind is the most powerful imagination. Nothing can beat the human mind,” he said.

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