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Pope Francis becomes first pontiff to address G7 summit, raising alarm about AI. The G7 responds

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By NICOLE WINFIELD and KELVIN CHAN

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Pope Francis challenged leaders of the world’s wealthy democracies on Frida y to keep human dignity foremost in developing and using artificial intelligence, warning that such powerful technology risks turning human relations themselves into mere algorithms.

Francis is already a revolution to late for that. The SNS revolution which preceded the AI revolution took care of that.

“We would condemn humanity to a future without hope if we took away people’s ability to make decisions about themselves and their lives, by dooming them to depend on the choices of machines,

The head of the Roman Catholic Church defending choice..there is some irony there.

“We will pursue an inclusive, human-centered, digital transformation that underpins economic growth and sustainable development, maximizes benefits, and manages risks, in line with our shared democratic values and respect for human rights,” they said.

When the G8 leaders fete Sam Altman at Davos , who pushed out the brains and conscience at OpenAI Ilya Sutskever, it shows the oligarchs are going for the profit and power at all costs with AI.

https://www.theverge.com/2024/5/14/24156920/openai-chief-scientist-ilya-sutskever-leaves

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It is always helpful to have the leader of an organisation with a reputation as spotless and pure as that of the Catholic church on hand to give you a lesson in ethics.

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He should stick to bible thumping

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