The AI model “GPT4All” is immune to AI censorship even if it isn’t as powerful as OpenAI’s ChatGPT-4 and only uses 4GB of storage.
An “ChatGPT-like” personal artificial intelligence (AI) that can be installed and used on a home computer even without an internet connection has been presented by a hacking collective.
The new AI tool comes as early OpenAI investor Elon Musk warned AI development has brought us closer to a technological point of no return.
The creator of the technology blog Multiplex, Brian Roemmele, described the launch of the personal AI “GPT4All” on April 11 as the “first PC” moment for personal AI in a comprehensive installation guide.
GPT4All, which was built by programmers from AI development firm Nomic AI, was reportedly developed in four days at a cost of just $1,300 and requires only 4GB of space.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and Twitter, has been a vocal opponent of artificial intelligence development. He signed a letter, which was published on March 22 by the US think tank Future of Life Institute, asking all AI firms to “immediately pause” developing potent AI systems.
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The letter warned that “human-competitive intelligence can pose profound risks to society and humanity,” a sentiment that Musk echoed in an April 12 tweet in which he joked “The Singularity is near.”