Ilya Sutskever’s Team at OpenAI Built Tools to Control a Superhuman AI

Key Points:

  • OpenAI foresees the potential development of superhuman AI within the next ten years and is actively working on tools to ensure its alignment with human values and safety.
  • The research paper, “Weak-to-Strong Generalization”, proposes using smaller AI models to train superhuman AI models, resulting in higher accuracy compared to human training.
  • The status of Ilya Sutskever, the co-founder of OpenAI and a leading voice in the AI community, remains uncertain, with recent groundbreaking research coming from his team while his involvement and role within the company are unclear.


OpenAI has released a research paper, indicating that they believe superhuman AI could be developed within the next ten years. The paper, “Weak-to-Strong Generalization”, outlines a proposed solution to ensure that AI systems much smarter than humans will still follow human rules. OpenAI plans to achieve this by designing small AI models to teach superhuman AI models. The study found that training large AI models with smaller AI models results in a higher level of accuracy in multiple circumstances compared to human training.



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