The tech luminary doesn't have high hopes for our future with AI.
One day, super intelligences may be advanced enough to be considered divine.
"When we have robots that can do what people and animals do, they will be incredibly useful."
Some people "should absolutely *not* be allowed to develop digital superintelligence..."
In this case, he's talking about a universe other than our own.
Get ready for humanity 2.0.
What happens when we manage to expand the intelligence of our human machine civilization a billion fold?
“AI will be the pivotal technology in achieving [human] progress. We have a moral imperative to realize this promise while controlling the peril.”
We could put a chip in robots' brains to shut them off if they start to get murderous.
Ubiquitous as they are, making sense of singularities is often a challenge.
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