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U.S. is ‘not prepared to safeguard or complete in the A.I. age,’ says

Eric Schmidt speaks during a National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence conference November 5, 2019, in Washington Alex Wong|Getty Images

The U.S. is significantly underprepared for the age of expert system, according to a group of specialists chaired by previous Google CEO Eric Schmidt. The National Security Commission on AI warned in a 756-page report on Monday that China could soon change the U.S. as the world’s “AI superpower” and said there are serious military implications to think about. “America is not prepared to safeguard or compete in the AI age,” composed Schmidt and vice chair Bob Work, who was previously the deputy secretary of defense in the U.S. “This is the difficult reality we should face.” The commission began its evaluation in March 2019 and this is its final report for the U.S. president and Congress. The 15 members of the commission consist of technologists, nationwide security specialists, company executives, and academic leaders. Amazon’s next CEO, Andy Jassy, Oracle CEO Safra Catz, Microsoft chief scientific officer Eric Horvitz, and Google Cloud AI chief Andrew Moore are all members. Schmidt and Work say the report presents a “method to resist AI risks, responsibly employ AI for nationwide security, and win the wider innovation competition for the sake of our prosperity, security, and welfare.”

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They alert that AI systems will be utilized in the “pursuit of power” which “AI will not remain in the domain of superpowers or the realm of science fiction.” The report prompts President Joe Biden to turn down calls for an international restriction on highly questionable AI-powered autonomous weapons, stating that China and Russia are not likely to keep to any treaty they sign. “We will not have the ability to prevent AI-enabled threats without ubiquitous AI abilities and new warfighting paradigms,” wrote Schmidt and Work. Samim Wagner, an AI scientist in Berlin, sees things differently, telling CNBC that AI weapons and killer robotics will make today’s weapons much more lethal.” [Embracing AI weapons] is ruthless inanity and everyone understands it yet think tank staffers from DC to Beijing keep ensuring us it’s ‘development and needed’.” He included: “A genuine discussion around ‘how AI can help to promote peace globally’ is what is genuinely needed– but you certainly will not find it on the program of Pentagon operatives or intelligence firm billionaires like the Eric Schmidts of the world.” China has actually mentioned that it wants to be a global leader in AI by 2030 and the report’s authors have stated it is vital that the U.S. does all it can to get rid of the possibility of this occurring. “We should win the AI competitors that is magnifying tactical competitors with China,” stated Schmidt and Work. “China’s plans, resources, and progress ought to concern all Americans. We take seriously China’s ambition to surpass the United States as the world’s AI leader within a decade.” They added that China’s domestic use of AI is “a cooling precedent for anyone around the globe who cherishes private liberty.”

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