Kim stated in an interview with CNBC that she believes it is unlikely that AI will take my atoms and turn me into paperclips. Kim is the curator of the Misalignment Museum in San Francisco's Mission District. This new exhibit features artwork that explores the possibility for an 'AGI' (artificial general intelligence). It could end hunger and work if the super-powerful AI is in alignment with humans. On the streets, you can see that "sorry for most of humanity being killed" is written.
The art uses AI-powered image generators, chatbots and other tools. The goal is not to form an opinion on the topic. Kim stated that the goal is to provide a forum for people to think about tech. Kim said that a lot of these questions are rooted in engineering, and they are important. It runs from April 1 through May 1, on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Kim stated, "I am all for more people critically considering this space. And you can't criticize unless you have a baseline knowledge of what the tech is." Marc Andreessen and other prominent venture capitalists have shared art from the Misalignment Museum on Twitter. Kim was referring to paperclips. The Pier Group's sculpture "Paperclip Embrace" is one of the most striking pieces of art in the exhibit. Hillary Schultz, the artist who created the piece, stated that it was a good idea. The exhibit features a piece that was not completed by Grimes, the musician.
A bookshelf contains VHS copies of "Terminator" movies. In which a robot from tomorrow returns to destroy humanity, he is found on a bookshelf. Some references are more obscure, which shows how difficult it can be to understand the conversation about AI safety. PASTA is an acronym for Process for Automating Scientific and Technological Advancement. It refers to an AI that can generate scientific knowledge. "Church of GPT" is the work that best represents current discussions about AI safety. It didn't work.