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State Licensing Lawmakers Requirements Washington For Herald Two-tier Bellingham Id Federal The AI Text Generator That's Too Dangerous to Make Public

State Licensing Lawmakers Requirements Washington For Herald Two-tier Bellingham Id Federal Approve

Alyssa Foote
State Licensing Lawmakers Requirements Washington For Herald Two-tier Bellingham Id Federal Alyssa Foote

In 2015, car-and-rocket man Elon Musk joined with influential startup backer Sam Altman to put artificial intelligence on a new, more open course. They cofounded a research institute called OpenAI to make new AI discoveries and give them away for the common good. Now, the institute’s researchers are sufficiently worried by something they built that they won’t release it to the public.

The AI system that gave its creators pause was designed to learn the patterns of language. It does that very well—scoring better on some reading-comprehension tests than any other automated system. But when OpenAI’s researchers configured the system to generate text, they began to think about their achievement differently.

Washington lawmakers reached agreement Thursday on a two-tiered licensing system that seeks to bring Washington state into compliance with federal identification requirements.Washington state lawmakers approve two-tier licensing for federal ID requirements | Bellingham Herald