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we can manage it with laws and rules ,no need to worry about AI, ?
i feel so much safer now this ceo guy from china is so confident WTF!

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i surly hope not that a authoritarian state-like use of AI ,and tech nerds like you got this covered not to happien now right :/
so whats with china right now they are going authoritarian state-like use of AI with Facial recognition and your not doing squat about that..
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White House AI Order Emphasizes Use for Citizen Experience
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Certainly we don’t want to turn into an authoritarian state-like use of AI where we all feel like we have Big Brother looking over us at all times, that’s definitely not what liberal democracies want,” Parker said. “But at the same time, you want to find out what are the ways that we can implement AI in ways that we all think are consistent with our values, while also not being so scared of AI that we don’t even let anyone benefit from it because we are afraid that something might go wrong, when in fact, it hasn’t. But that’s a conversation, right: where is the line?”
so let me get this straight nerds like you will be incontrol of the our or is that your vaules ai has in the future?


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