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FQXi Administrator Josh Hoffman wrote on May. 30, 2022 @ 12:07 GMT
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Steve Dufourny wrote on May. 30, 2022 @ 12:53 GMT
It is excactly what I explained on the blog of Ellis, we must be prudent , the AI singularity can be an enormous problem for us the humans knowing all the errors that we make due to our sad common past of adaptation and this global non perfect system and this human psychology. We are arrived at a time intriguing technologically speaking considering this AI. Maybe we create a thing and we don t know even what will be the result in a near future.

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