The singularity may be sustainable after all.
A report released at the Davos meeting of the World Economic Forum outlines ways to make AI not only human-friendly, but “earth-friendly.”
This could be important, what with Google CEO Sundar Pichai saying at Davos, “AI is probably the most important thing humanity has ever worked on. I think of it as something more profound than electricity or fire.”
The big shift will come in the next decade or so as AI develops truly autonomous decision-making, toward presumably agreed-upon goals.
Read the full article about AI benefits for the earth by David Bank at ImpactAlpha.
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