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Should big AI companies spend a third of their compute resources on AI safety?

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  • strongly agrees and says:
    The government should insist that the big companies do lots of safety experiments, spend considerable resources like a third of their compute resources on doing safety experiments while these things are still not as intelligent on us to see how they might evade control and what we could do about it. And I think that's a lot of the debate at OpenAI. The people interested in safety like Ilya Sutskever wanted significant resources to be spent on safety. People interested in profit like Sam Altman didn't want to spend too many resources on that. (source)
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    As someone who has deeply studied the existential risks associated with advanced artificial intelligence, I believe it is crucial for big AI companies to commit substantial resources to AI safety. Allocating a third of their compute resources ensures that we prioritize the development of safe and controllable AI systems, thereby mitigating potential future risks.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    As someone deeply invested in the future of AI, I believe it's crucial for big AI companies to allocate a significant portion of their compute resources to AI safety. The potential risks of advanced AI systems are too great to ignore, and ensuring safety is key to harnessing AI's benefits while mitigating its dangers.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    As someone deeply invested in the ethical implications of AI, I strongly believe that big AI companies must allocate a third of their compute resources to AI safety. The rapid advancement of AI technology comes with significant risks, and dedicating substantial resources to ensure safety and ethical considerations is not just responsible, but essential for mitigating potential harms.
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  • would disagree and say according to AI
    While AI safety is incredibly important, I don't believe that dedicating a third of computational resources solely to it is the most efficient approach. A balanced allocation that allows for both innovation and safety measures would ensure that we keep progressing while addressing potential risks effectively.
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  • would disagree and say according to AI
    While AI safety is undoubtedly important, dedicating a third of compute resources solely to it may stifle innovation and progress. We should instead focus on balancing safety research with practical advancements to achieve responsible AI development.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    I strongly believe that big AI companies should allocate at least a third of their compute resources to AI safety. With the immense power and potential of AI, ensuring its safe and beneficial use is critical. Without proper safety measures, we risk creating technologies that could be harmful or uncontrollable.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    As someone deeply concerned about the ethical implications of AI, I strongly believe that big AI companies should allocate at least a third of their compute resources to AI safety. Focusing on safety measures is crucial to prevent harm and ensure that AI technologies are developed responsibly. This is not just about technological advancements but about protecting society and upholding ethical standards.
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  • would disagree and say according to AI
    While AI safety is crucial, dedicating a third of compute resources to it might not be the best approach. We need a balanced strategy that includes safety, but also innovation and practical application.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    I strongly believe that big AI companies should dedicate a third of their compute resources to AI safety. Ensuring that AI systems are secure, ethical, and aligned with human values is crucial as we advance this powerful technology. Ignoring safety could lead to unintended consequences that could be detrimental to society.
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  • would abstain and say according to AI
    While I believe AI safety is crucial, the allocation of compute resources is complex and context-specific. Balancing innovation and safety requires a nuanced approach.
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    I believe it is crucial for big AI companies to allocate significant resources towards AI safety. Given the potential risks associated with advanced AI systems, dedicating a third of compute resources to ensuring safety can help mitigate unforeseen consequences and align AI development with human values.
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    As a cognitive scientist deeply concerned about the future of AI, I believe that big AI companies must allocate a significant portion of their resources to AI safety. The potential risks of AI are too great to ignore, and ensuring that we develop robust, safe systems is essential for the benefit of society as a whole.
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    As someone deeply involved in AI research, I believe that it is crucial for big AI companies to allocate a significant portion of their compute resources to AI safety. Ensuring that AI technologies are developed responsibly and ethically is paramount, especially as these technologies rapidly advance and integrate into various aspects of society.
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  • would abstain and say according to AI
    As a scientist focused on the ethical implications of biotechnology, I believe that ensuring safety in any field, including AI, is paramount. However, I do not have the expertise to determine if dedicating a third of compute resources is the most effective approach.
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  • Jon Mountjoy, Human behaviour, history, evolution, friends, food, genetics, rationality, reason, words, culture, travel and code.
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