Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, Outlines the Top User Demands for 2024

By Consultants Review Team Tuesday, 26 December 2023

Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, has released a thorough list of top demands from ChatGPT users, showcasing their hopes for technological developments in the coming year.

The twelve crucial requests cover a wide range of advancements, including GPT-5 development, advances towards Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), improvements in voice modulation capabilities, and refining control over wokeness/behavior among others. Altman shared this compilation in a post on X, bringing light on the community's strong desire for advancement.

"Some common requests: AGI (a little patience please), GPT-5, better voice mode, higher rate limits, better GPTs, better reasoning, control over degree of wokeness/behavior, video, personalization, better browsing, 'sign in with OpenAI' and open source," Altman said in the message he sent to X.

Altman stated, "We are dedicated to reviewing and striving to fulfill as many requests as possible, alongside our enthusiasm for unmentioned projects we're excited about."

AGI, an abbreviation for Artificial General Intelligence, denotes an intelligent system with extensive knowledge and cognitive capabilities in computer science. Altman underlined the massive implications of AGI in a recent interview with Time magazine, calling it humanity's most powerful technological innovation to date.

"We must make changes. We have always stated that we do not want AGI to be controlled by a small group of people, but rather that it be democratized. And we obviously got that incorrect. So, I believe that unless we improve our governance structure and the way we engage with the world, people should not (trust OpenAI). But we're highly eager to improve," Altman said, emphasizing the critical importance of governance evolution and global participation.

During its inaugural developer conference in November, OpenAI unveiled its cutting-edge GPT-4 Turbo language model, demonstrating the company's unwavering commitment to technological improvements.

"I think AGI will be the most powerful technology humanity has yet invented, particularly in democratizing access to information globally," Altman said of AGI's potential.


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