Artificial intelligence is likely to destroy humanity scientists from Oxford published an interesting article

(ORDO NEWS) — Researchers from Google Deepmind and the University of Oxford have concluded that the creation of super intelligent AI would mean the end of humanity. This sad scenario has recently been predicted by more and more researchers.

In a recent article published in AI Magazine, a team of DeepMind Senior Scientist Markus Hutter and Oxford researchers Michael Cohen and Michael Osborne argue that smart machines will ultimately have an interest in destroying humanity to avoid competing for limited resources or energy.

Under the conditions we have identified, our conclusion is much stronger than in any previous publication – an existential catastrophe is not only possible, it is highly likely to happen, tweeted Cohen, an engineering student at the University of Oxford and co-author of the paper.

What the article says

In their paper, the researchers argue that humanity may face doom in the form of super-advanced “unbalanced agents” that perceive humanity as an obstacle to reward. It is about access to critical resources necessary for the continuous functioning of machines.

One simple solution to the problem is to eliminate potential threats and use all available energy to protect the computer; the article says.

According to the researchers and the authors of the article, losing this war will be fatal for humanity.

Can humans outsmart a machine

Unfortunately, the researchers argue, there is little we can do about it. In response to this threat, humanity should carefully and slowly develop its artificial intelligence technologies.

Interestingly, quite recently, the philosopher and historian Emil Torres told almost the same thing . He warned humanity and stressed that we should be especially concerned about the creation of artificial superintelligence, since it could become the cause of our extinction, because we simply cannot foresee or control its actions.

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