Michael Bisping calls for the complete “ban” of AI platforms


Michael Bisping calls for the complete “ban” of AI platforms

Looks like Michael Bisping is not a fan of AI. Most recently, Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, testified to the US Senate that artificial intelligence regulations are needed.

Michael Bisping
Michael Bisping

Due to its possible ramifications and impact on different sectors of society, the debut of AI and platforms like Chat GPT has sparked a stir on the internet. There are two major arguments for and against this.

Many people are quick to point out the advantages of artificial intelligence and platforms like Chat GPT. Automating mundane processes, increasing output, and better serving customers are all possible thanks to AI-powered technologies. In this regard, Chat GPT stands out as a useful resource since it combines a conversational interface with access to a wealth of information. It’s useful for learning, investigation, and figuring out issues. Further, AI advocates say that the technology can improve human performance and spark new ideas in industries like medicine, transportation, and finance.

However, there are many who are wary of AI due of the risks and ethical difficulties it may present. They are concerned about the effect on employment, as they fear that automation would lead to the loss of jobs. Since AI systems frequently need access to personal information, there are issues regarding privacy and data security. If AI systems reinforce preexisting biases or discriminate against specific groups, there will be problems with bias and justice. Others raise concerns about the risk of abuse, such as the dissemination of false information or the facilitation of criminal acts.

There are both pros and cons to AI and platforms like Chat GPT, thus the subject is complicated. Responsible development, ethical principles, and regulation are necessary to meet the challenges and hazards of AI technology while maximising its potential benefits.

Bisping reacted to the hearing on BBC news and the concept of AI in general on Twitter, writing:

“Thoughts on AI? I’m watching a live hearing on bbc news right now. I say ban the whole f**king thing.”

Michael Bisping advices Conor McGregor to get back into the USADA testing pool

MMA commentator Michael Bisping has offered some words of wisdom to Conor McGregor in advance of his planned return fight against Michael Chandler.

The upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter will premiere later this month. It is widely anticipated that head coaches Conor McGregor and Michael Chandler will compete against one another later this year.

No official date for the competition has been disclosed, though. Although it hasn’t been confirmed, many believe it’s because “Notorious” hasn’t yet returned to the USADA testing pool.

Michael Bisping sees a clear reason why progress has been slowed and wants to see that altered:

“In terms of a timeline, what are we in now? May, so six months you can fight at the end of the year. I think the idea was Madison Square Garden, that’s going to be Jon Jones and Stipe Miocic, judging by what everybody has been saying online. So the final card of the year [in December 2023], at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, they still have seven months for that, so McGregor just has to get in the testing pool. He’s got to get off whatever he is on. He’s got to get off the good stuff and get back on the protein shakes and the porridge.”

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