Tech experts voice concern over artificial intelligence

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Some of the tech world’s greatest minds worry machines are taking over mankind. At a speech, last year at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk called artificial intelligence potentially quote “our biggest existential threat.”
Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates are among those concerned with the rapid development and an uncertain future with artificial intelligence. Experts say machines are still far from being as intelligent as humans, but things can change quickly. CCTV’s Karina Huber filed this report in New York.

Artificial intelligence developers worry it will could cause real threat to humans

Artificial intelligence developers worry it will could cause real threat to humans

Some of the tech world's greatest minds worry machines taking over mankind might not be pure science fiction. At a speech last year at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SpaceX and Tesla C-E-O Elon Musk called artificial intelligence potentially quote "our biggest existential threat."

  • Wayne Robert Smith

    Posted to Elon Musk group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/ElonMusk

  • Tio

    These are no more and no less than complex statistical software. No one ever created artificial stupidity to resemble a human, let alone artificial ‘intelligence’. We explain how such A.I. work : from speech, object recognition, self-driving cars, IBM Watson, and so much more, in our Special TVP Magazine, here – http://ow.ly/Q16fZ . Give it a try, you may learn how hyped and dumbed down such news titles are.