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AI's future could be 'open-source' or closed; tech giants divided as they lobby regulators

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To state the obvious, there are near-term and commercial incentives against open source," said Ilya Sutskever, OpenAI's chief scientist and co-founder, in a video interview hosted by Stanford University in April.

Sutskever is a disciple of Geoffrey Hinton, the back propogation algo godfather and chief scientist at Open AI.

They know the promise and threat of AI.

Altman forced him put in favor of a gov/mil/capital complex new board.

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