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Panel discusses advantages, threats of ChatGPT

Panellists at the conference. PHOTO: JAMES KON

The threat and potential use of ChatGPT and artificial intelligence were the focus of discussion during the Digital Future Conference yesterday held at The Empire Brunei.

“We must adapt for the 4th industrial revolution by improving and developing skills. If we cannot adapt, we will be left behind. Some jobs that existed in the 1940s are not here anymore,” DXC Technology David Allott said, while emphasising the need to use ChatGPT or artificial intelligence responsibly.

Deputy Chief Information Officer of Cyber Security Brunei Mohamad Azad Zaki bin Haji Mohd Tahir raised his concern on ChatGPT, stating that the lack of knowledge behind its algorithm may pose a threat to “our intellectual properties”.  

More details on Friday’s Borneo Bulletin