Elon Musk: artificial intelligence threatens the existence of human civilization
Elon Musk attended the US National Governs Association conference last week, where he warned against the uncontrolled development of artificial intelligence. The billionaire called for the regulation of legal issues concerning the. artificial intelligence. – Artificial intelligence threatens the existence of human civilization, Musk assessed.
– Dopóki people will not see the robotów walking the streets and killing other people, they won’t know how to react because it seems so ethereal – said Musk. As he pointed out, it is currently very difficult to take such threats seriously, but he stressed that it is necessary to act before it is too późno.
The National Governs Association is an advisory body to the governorów Stanóin the United. Helps them in matters of national politics, and allows them to exchange viewsów and coordinating inter-state initiatives. The organization has been in operation since 1908.
– Artificial intelligence is a rare case in which theówe should be proactive in introducing regulations – admitted Musk. – If we only react, it may be too późno. Artificial intelligence is a fundamental threat to the existence of human civilization – assessed.
– Usually regulations are introduced when a lot of bad things have already happened and the public demands a new law. It usually takes many years before the relevant authorities deal with the legal regulation of an issue. But in the past, these were not phenomena thatóre threatened the existence of human civilization – explained Musk.
Musk is not the only one from the scientific community whoóry warns against uncontrolled development of artificial intelligence. Many times on this topic mówished by Stephen Hawking, whoóry claims we will not survive the next 1,000 years on Earth. HeadóThe threats thatóre calculated by the scientist are the dangers of a sudden deterioration of the political situation in the world, które could lead to sudden nuclear war, the increasing risk of natural disasters, but also a deadly man-made virus, over whichórym researchers will lose control, and artificial intelligence.