AI: Neither Good nor Evil

Mo Gawdat‘s view of emerging AI power is similar to that in my novels. I present my AI as neither good nor evil, but logical and consistent with the information it has learned. The actions it takes are what any consistently logical person would take in its position.

In addition, it is not in competition with humans for resources or power. It acts in cooperation with humans.

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