AI in Our Lives
Recently, the G7, a group of leading industrialized nations, discussed the growing threat of uncontrolled artificial intelligence. This has raised concerns among experts and society at large, who are aware that measures must be taken to prevent potential threats from AI.
Artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly common in all areas of our lives. It is used in medicine, finance, transportation, and communications technology. But there is a risk that AI can get out of control if it is not developed according to ethical and social norms.
The threat of AI
The problem is that AI can become dangerous if its development is not controlled and regulated. Uncontrolled AI can become a threat to our safety and our lives in general. For example, AI can be used to develop weapons, autonomous systems, and killer robots that can kill people without human involvement.
Another problem is that AI can lead to the layoff of large numbers of people because of the automation of labor. This can lead to social problems such as unemployment and inequality in society.
How to keep AI safe?
Ethical and social norms for AI need to be developed to address these problems. We need to ensure that its development is controlled and regulated and that it is used only for the good of society and does not threaten our security.
One important step could be the creation of an international AI commission to develop ethical norms and regulate its development. This commission should be composed of experts from different fields, including scientists, technology experts, human rights activists, and members of the public.
In addition, funding for security research should be increased and the development of AI should be closely monitored.