Tech leaders are not to use the technology of artificial intelligence in combat systems and weapons

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There was a lot of concern about the use of artificial intelligence in combat systems and weapons. Have decided some of the technology leaders respected now that is no longer the community that they will not use this technology to develop ” weapons of the independent lethal “. Among these leaders we find three founders to buy DeepMind, which has now become a subsidiary of Google, the CEO of the Tesla and SpaceX and The Boring Company, Mr. Elon Musk.

The pledge which they have signed warns of the threats to the moral state posed by the weapons that use technology artificial intelligence when you’re able to choose goals, involve them without human intervention. The signatories affirmed categorically that determine the fate of human life ” should never be delegated to the machine“, and that such weapons would be ” destabilizing seriously every country and individual “.

Was signed this pledge in the joint international conference on artificial intelligence (IJCAI) held in the Swedish capital Stockholm. It was organized by the Institute for the future of life ” the Future of Life Institute, ” a Research Institute wants to mitigate the risks that threaten human life.

Among the signatories we find Mr. Shane Legg, and Mustafa Suleyman, and Demis Hassabis two of the founders of the company DeepMind. As the CEO of the Tesla and SpaceX and The Boring Company, Mr. Elon Musk listed in the menu to the side of the founder of the company Skype, Mr. Jaan Tallinn, and some researchers in the field of artificial intelligence is a month globally.

However, the fact remains is that this pledge may not have a significant impact on international politics. Is likely to use the state in the development of weapons based on artificial intelligence a secret, even if it was out of fear that the not be the only one on the battlefield that do not have such advanced weapons.

 

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