We all know that artificial intelligence is a system quite used today, its use beyond the basics and primordial which shows us tech companies like the Facebook and Google to put a quick example. However, recently, Elon Musk and 115 other experts in this field warned UN of killer robots.
Elon Musk And Other Experts Warn UN Of Killer Robots
Artificial intelligence is a system quite used today, its use beyond the basics and primordial and this shows us tech companies like the Facebook and Google to put a quick example.
Of course, for most in the world, it is an advantage to make use of it, but there are those who question the use of AI. Something that could generate a conflict and “perhaps” its temporary disappearance.
Several weeks ago we discussed the fight that was generated between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg because of the implications of artificial intelligence. From this point is where we must start and analyze, therefore, the magnate Musk is the man who interested in creating a regulation for this system.
Also, we are seeing how artificial intelligence over time changes its mind quickly as learned from users. For example, the artificial intelligent the tech giant Microsoft prefers to Linux; Facebook’s AI generated its own language. Undoubtedly, these recent results make us doubt the same and this is shared by Elon Musk and other specialists in the world.
Elon Musk and 115 other experts alert the United Nations to the danger of killer robots
A couple of hours ago, magnate Elon Musk along with the 115 other specialists in artificial intelligence have signed an open letter to the United Nations, explaining and warning of the danger of accepting killer robots. The general-purpose is to prohibit its use worldwide.
The letter has been published in the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2017) and, explain the different reasons to worry about the use of this type of system, but more because of its speed in the implementation of the market, since it is getting very far, and the numbers are quite encouraging.
The letter contains different specialist in the area, in total there are 26 countries that agree with the open letter to the United Nations. Undoubtedly, we have seen the concern of Elon Musk and everything seems to indicate that soon it could make progress in the problem generated by artificial intelligence. At the moment, no regulations have been established, but in the coming weeks, we could see progress in this regard.
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