Techies do not believe that artificial intelligence will run out of control, but there are other ethical worries

Doomsday scenarios aside, there are ethical worries over Artificial Intelligence

  • It seems most likely that AI will require existing laws to be updated, rather than entirely new laws to be passed.
  • And Mr Bostrom is not sure that making AI technology as widely available as possible is necessarily a good thing.
  • And although their goals might seem innocuous to start with, they could prove dangerous if AIs were able to design their own successors and repeatedly improve themselves.
  • AI should be as widely distributed as possible.
  • Amid worries about rogue AIs, there is a risk that nearer-term ethical and regulatory concerns about AI technologies are being overlooked.

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@TheEconomist: “Doomsday scenarios aside, there are ethical worries over Artificial Intelligence”


Techies do not believe that artificial intelligence will run out of control, but there are other ethical worries


Techies do not believe that artificial intelligence will run out of control, but there are other ethical worries