AI researchers and engineers should understand the dual nature of their work and learn more about the (social/theoretical) issues of AI abuse. AI should not deny people the right to data privacy, such as individual, family or community rights. Numerous studies and predictions by scientists say that by the mid-21st century we will have developed artificial general intelligence – machines capable of human-level performance. When machines become “better than us”, will we be able to secure normal coexistence with them? Intelligent machines will have great influence on jobs that humans (still) perform. The question is how objective and transparent their algorithms can be and how much they would influence security. On the other hand, AI technology can and should be developed for the greater good and security and should serve humanity. Many researchers claim that if AI leads to job shortages and the extinction of some occupations, others would emerge in the meantime, so robots would not take over human jobs. The package contains eight info cards, six stories-quotes and eight question cards, as well as a 9-minute video.
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