Artificial intelligence morally requires effective control. Sundar Pichai clearly states through an exclusive article published in the British media Financial Times last Monday. He was adequately chief executive of Google, now he is also CEO of Alphabet, Google’s ultimate parent company. There is no possible way to omit his expressive words.
Sundar Pichai accurately describes artificial intelligence as one of the most likely technologies. But he did not even forget to dutifully write down the potential risks of unplanned use of it. He wants to illustrate with an example of how new technology has caused contemporary problems in the past. The Internet has undoubtedly made it easy for anyone to instantly connect and exchange information from anywhere. Again it has been easy to spread misleading information.
Regarding artificial intelligence control Sundar Pichai said that,
The European Union and the United States have already started carefully drafting a policy on artificial intelligence control.
He genuinely believes international coordination is undoubtedly required to achieve precisely global standards.
Meanwhile, Ren Zhengfei the chief executive officer of Huawei a Chinese telecommunications product manufacturer admirably expressed his peaceful dissent on a different stage.
“I think we can use the new technology for the economic welfare of mankind, and everyone genuinely wants a better life, not social distress,”
He wisely said at an annual conference of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last Tuesday.
Ren Zhengfei remarks that expressed fear of aware of people is irrelevant to the extraordinary intelligence of the modern device. At one specific time, notable people were afraid of the atomic bomb. Now their understandable fears are about artificial intelligence. He said positively AI would not be as harmful as a nuclear bomb.
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In the extraordinary session titled ‘A Future Shaped by a Technology Arms Race’, Renault Zhengfei was accompanied by the historian and successful author, Jouval Noah Harari. Harari, however, could be so unrelaxed. He properly said the competitive investment in artificial intelligence technology, especially between the US and China, was naturally a genuine concern for everyone.
To a lesser extent, this could be a repeat of the nineteenth-century industrial revolution. At that time, world leaders had the opportunity to spread economic and political domination in the world. Referring to the current occupation fighting is different, Harari said,
“If you get all the information about a country, you don’t have to send troops anymore.”