From The Economist.
Artificial intelligence is improving so fast that no one knows what it might be capable of. It brings huge opportunities, but also huge risks. Arjun Ramani, The Economist’s global business and economics correspondent, explains what could go wrong.
00:00 – How could AI go wrong?
01:12 – What are the risks?
03:11 – How to practise AI safety
04:42 – What are the benefits?
Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter: https://econ.st/3QAawvI
How could AI disrupt video-gaming?: https://econ.st/40i1t6P
Watch: Chatbots will change how we use the internet: https://econ.st/41HELXb
Big tech and the pursuit of AI dominance: https://econ.st/43J3UCl
It doesn’t take much to make machine-learning algorithms go awry: https://econ.st/3A6O8Ue
Can an AI be an inventor?: https://econ.st/3KPPZlD
Don’t fear an AI-induced jobs apocalypse just yet: https://econ.st/3ULbubz
Artificial intelligence is reaching behind newspaper paywalls: https://econ.st/3mHk6U3
How AI chatbots could change online search: https://econ.st/3GSXN4B
The battle for internet search: https://econ.st/3mMvpuo
The relationship between AI and humans: https://econ.st/3UN3DKz
The race of the AI labs heats up: https://econ.st/3MUh1e7
ChatGPT could replace telemarketers, teachers and traders: https://econ.st/41jz0Py
The five best books to understand AI: https://econ.st/3olOX9e
1843: The inventor who fell in love with his AI: https://econ.st/3MUiVeS
Listen: Is GPT-4 the dawn of true artificial intelligence?: https://econ.st/3KH2UWO