Developing AGI has become entwined with the idea of AI acquiring superintelligent capabilities.
Longtermism is the belief that AI poses existential risks to humanity's future by becoming an out-of-control superintelligence.
AI regulation is a comprehensive set of rules prescribing how this technology should be developed and used to address its potential harms.
AI could tune its persuasion efforts to millions of people individually – but it could be a nightmare for democracy.
A number of companies are now using AI to develop drugs faster, cheaper, and with fewer failures along the way.
Let’s focus on AI’s tangible risks rather than speculating about its potential to pose an existential threat
Over the past few months, AI has entered the global conversation as a result of the widespread adoption of generative AI-based tools.
Optimizing logistics, composing art, conducting research, providing translations: intelligent machine systems are transforming our lives.
As AI capabilities continue to advance, there is a concept that fascinates researchers, ethicists, and futurists: superintelligence.
Even if researchers could achieve bias-free generative AI, that would be just one step toward the broader goal of fairness.
Once we achieve AGI, AI systems would rapidly improve their capabilities and advance into realms that we might not even have dreamed of.