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Amazon, Microsoft, 'putting world at risk of killer AI': study

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From Deus Ex to Terminator, to even Horizon Zero Dawn, it's crazy how many times these screenwriters were able to predict, in a way, aspects of our future.

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Johnny 5 is alive!

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Governments are probably looking at the bottom line and AI Robot Soldiers are cheaper in the long run.

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More military development at the directions of Washington/White House. US starting and continuing anther arms race. When will the people wake up? Maybe when its too late.

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Tawkeeo: From Deus Ex to Terminator, to even Horizon Zero Dawn, it's crazy how many times these screenwriters were able to predict, in a way, aspects of our future.

"I Never Asked For This"

--Adam Jensen

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Lets see.. 8 billion people in the world and very soon rates of unemployment will sky rocket because companies are developing technology to do away with mundane manual tasks... the justification is that people can do more value added things... sounds good so far... then think about what these people are really going to do... how will they be able to afford food, clothes, housing, etc. it’s a headwind coming at us very soon and we need to be thinking ahead. spending billions developing Ai based military equipment is only one of the problems we are facing...

As George Carlin eloquently puts it: https://youtu.be/7W33HRc1A6c

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Ha. Humans need food air to survive. AI needs electric. No electric no threat.

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Ama Soft ... not.... Ama Coming for you.

Oh Should I copyright that one ?

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