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Is AI an Existential Risk? - DSBoost #35
No one has the power to stop technological advancements.
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There is no force called emerging technology that just lands on us like it came from Mars. It comes from humans. Humans created it. We are responsible for it.
The dialogue around AI isn't just technical but existential. "The focal point of this debate is whether AI is or will lead to existential risk for the human species at large".
The need for AI regulation is prominent. "AI researchers and business leaders sign petitions and lobby government for strict regulation on AI" emphasizing the urgency for ethical guidelines.
Collaborative and transparent AI innovation is required. Open-source AI can help with that.
AI Literacy knowledge is not limited to specialists now. It should be introduced to the broader society.
The rapid advancement highlights the urgency for individuals and organizations to adapt and prepare for an AI-integrated future.
AI will not lead to only good things if you do it right. It will also lead to terrible things no matter what we do.
But that doesn't mean we have to stop it. No one has the power to stop it.
That doesn't mean we can't modify it, regulate it, work with it, anticipate it, develop scenarios around it, and develop our own flexibility and strategies.
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