Montreal research hub spearheads global AI ethics debate

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By Rafael MIRO and Mathiew LEISER

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We seem to be facing a crossroads in the AI debate regarding safety. Partially regarding AI’s anticipated self-actualized instinct for it’s self-preservation (previously the stuff of science-fiction novels), but now largely about the proliferation of the technology. True, following the AI For Good, and in anticipation of upcoming events such as the 2024 Summit of the Future, that are hopes for ethical binding agreements to limit proliferation of the tech that would enable the penultimate robot killer machines, from getting off the ground and running away from all reason and sanity. But we come back – always come back – to what to do with the five or ten percent of the global governance that don’t want to go along with the program. What then?

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