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Artificial Intelligence technology can take a negative turn if humans aren’t careful, experts have claimed.

Most people worldwide use some sort of AI-powered device like Amazon Alexa in their daily lives.

Artificial Intelligence technology can take a negative turn if humans aren't careful, experts have claimed.

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Artificial Intelligence technology can take a negative turn if humans aren’t careful, experts have claimed.Credit: Getty

Thanks to advancing A.I. capabilities, humans can do things like compute impossible equations and reduce labor injuries.

Despite these positives, experts still have concerns about the future of technology.

Mia Garcia, Founder and CEO of iToolab told The U.S. Sun: “There are virtually no technologies that have proved themselves to be universally beneficial.”

“There is always a dark side to everything in today’s world. Some technologies have proved that they can do more harm than good, for example, nuclear weapons or genetically modified organisms.”

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This argument was shared by a number of experts who believe that technology and AI will ultimately prove detrimental to humans.

“Studies reveal that people’s use of mobile communication negatively impacts their ability to be sociable and make face-to-face contact,” Irene Graham, the Co-Founder of Spylix, told The U.S. Sun.

“You realize you don’t have enough time for yourself because you continuously communicate with someone, she said. “There is also a loss of privacy because anyone can find you anytime, anywhere.”

Meanwhile, Jacob Hinson, Director, and Founder at Elocker.com, told us that technology can be used as a tool for surveillance and control of populations.

“It can [also] lead to social isolation due to its ability to replace physical contact with a virtual connection,” Hinson said.

However, some experts shared a more positive outlook on developing technologies.

“I believe technology has the potential to help humanity and create lasting progress, from improved healthcare and communication to a more secure living environment,” Abdul Rahim, an IT professional and the founder and CEO of Software Test Tips, told The U.S. Sun.

“By bringing people closer with fewer obstacles to communication, technology helps us share ideas, build networks, and create connections that wouldn’t have been possible before the development of smartphones and social media.”

Roger Grimes, a tech expert at software company KnowB4, posed the question: “Does it matter? Technology will come no matter who tries to stop it.”

Grimes explained further: “The worst case scenario is we kill ourselves because we don’t mature soon enough to settle our disputes peacefully, and we end up obliterating all of humanity with some horrible event because of the learned technology or a related accident.

“Can we persist long enough to get to a final, more peaceful, intelligent state without killing each other? This has been the question since we invented the atomic bomb.

“Einstein asked it. Carl Sagan asked it. Jodie Foster’s character in the movie Contact asked it. So, with that one huge caveat, technology seems likely to improve all our lives.

“Today, over millennia, technology has improved the basic lives of all humans, poor and rich.”



AI could turn to the dark side with nuclear weapons and ‘do more harm than good’

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