A good way to get the full scope of the current discussion around AI is to get to know the people involved. Time magazine, in all its wisdom, now has its own list The top 100 figures most important to the AI debate to help us all stay informed player. are Above are many AI founders There is, however, a good representation Coastal people who can become The main characters in The era of AI. Oh, and there’s Grimes too.
ThE list is rather broad and captures the people actively involved in AI and the discussions around it, as well as those on the periphery who can be the catalysts to propel AI into even greater popularity—Or drag it back down to earth. LtdAll time lists are there A heavy one Corporate bent. The “advanced” category consists of large tech companies, with anthropomorphic majors Dario and Daniela Amodei Leading the division with the last score Name starting with letter “A”..” The list tries to tie the stake An anthropomorphic “constitution” for AI. As a discussion leader for moral development, although its main thrust is just keep’Railing On AI modelssomething Doesn’t really work all the time for even the most advanced models.
Most of those on the list are CEOs—43 in all. Here are the usual suspects. You have OpenAI founder and CEO Sam Altman as well as company president Greg Brockman. There is oneSuper-rich investors like Reed Hoffman, Marc Andreessen, as well as big tech heads like Microsoft Chief Scientist Jaime Teevan and Google DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis. Oh, and of course, The Open earlyAI investors and now AI coat-tail-riding Elon Musk is playing catch-up there With his newborn Startup xAI.
But Time’s big list also has room for pop culture figures. Musical artist Grimes takes the lead role Because she is made figurehead of Making an AI song platform And the AI model of her voice opened up for everyone to use. She has also claimed that she will create an album where she faces off against the “AI-Hive-Mind-Collective Grimes”. Then there are Other artists such as Holly Herndon, a singer-songwriter, have worked Longer than making music based on Grimes The most popular technology at the moment. She also established a template that allowed artists to opt out of using their work to train AI datasets, which some companies have followed, such as Stability AI and Hugging Face.
Time also retained Rootport, the pseudonymous author of the manga’s title Cyberpunk: Peach John, As an “innovator” in AI. The figure has become controversial due to the open use of AI art generator Midjourney to generate art for the manga. Indeed, the creator has openly stated that he does not know how to draw and boasted It took him only six weeks to complete the work. Although the work was published by the commercial publishing house Shinchosha, it’s really hard to call anything done by Rootport a real “innovation”. Other artists have attempted to create graphic novels with AIBut he had little luck in gaining widespread recognition of the art, Especially from US copyright laws. On the flip side, there are People like Kelly McKernan of the “Shapers” category who made headlines earlier this year for being one of the few artists Litigation midjourney, with Stability AI and DeviantArtFor using her art in AI’s training data
The list also features some interesting people entertainment industry. Hugo and Nebula are award-winning Author Ted Chiang, however black mirror Producer Charlie Brooker. ‘s famous co-director Lily Wachowski matrix, here is. But the list doesn’t just reference her and her sister Lana’s work A dystopian future war with intelligent machines, she is also used as a figurehead The ongoing SAG-AFTRA and WGA Hollywood strikeEspecially early on with her Criticism Studios using AI as a tool to create wealth“At the expense of artists and culture at large.
And then the usual crowd of AI critics appears. Margaret Mitchell, Chief AI Ethics Scientist at Hugging Face and Timnit Gebru, founder of the Distributed AI Research Institute. Both named themselves AI ethicists working for Google before being fired in a larger conversation about AI producing harmful content. There is also Emily Bender, a professor of computational linguistics at the University of Washington, who is a regular online commentator who debunks the hype surrounding AI.Stochastic Parrot“Thesis.
There was some room left for lesser-known figures. Eighteen-year-old Sneha Revanur, the founder of Encode Justice, found a place to help plead with the Biden administration to work quickly on AI. rule. Kate Crawford, an author and professor at USC Annenberg, who wrote in her book Atlas of AI AI’s race also captures a space about labor, environmental, and human costs. Time might be a good place to start if there’s a big atlas for all the characters caught up in the current AI debate, but it would be better to analyze what those without billions of dollars in their back pockets have to say. About transformative technology.