Experts in the artificial intelligence space have made repeated warnings that AI technology will eventually, and inevitably take over, making humans obsolete. The AI will ensure humans remain a fully controllable slave class to be controlled and manipulated by machines.
AI has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of our lives, from healthcare and transportation to education and entertainment. But, experts are warning, it also has the potential to destroy human existence or become so powerful it controls human behaviors. This is starting to feel like a goal to have technology rule over people, instead of having people rule over people.
“Given enough time, artificial intelligence would completely dominate our society. AI technology has been growing at an exponential rate, and it can already perform thousands of tasks better than humans can. Eventually, there would be very few jobs that AI could not do more efficiently than we can,” Michael Snyder wrote in his blog, End of the American Dream. “Just look at all the things that ChatGPT can do right now. There is no way that we can compete with that. As AI technology continues to become even more sophisticated, millions upon millions of jobs will be lost, and that will create a giant underclass of people that are simply not needed by society,” he added.
AI is being used in a wide range of applications, from virtual assistants like Siri and Alexa to self-driving cars and drones. AI is also playing an increasingly important role in healthcare, where it is being used to analyze medical images, diagnose diseases, and develop new treatments.
In finance, AI is being used to detect fraud, predict market trends, and manage investments. And in education, AI is being used to provide personalized learning experiences and improve student outcomes.
AI is already on the precipice of taking over Google completely. According to a report on The Verge, Google is putting AI front and center in the most valuable real estate on the internet: its existing search results.
Google executives have repeatedly said that this new technology is an AI experiment. But they’re also clear that they see their AI-generated search results as a foundational long-term change to the way people search. AI adds another layer of input, helping you ask better and richer questions. And it adds another layer of output, designed to both answer your questions and guide you to new ones.
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