CNBC May 24, 2023
Arjun Kharpal

Key Points

– Artificial intelligence could pose “existential risks” and governments need to know how to make sure the technology is not “misused by evil people,” former Google CEO Eric Schmidt warned.

– “And existential risk is defined as many, many, many, many people harmed or killed,” Schmidt said.

– The future of AI has been thrust into the center of conversations among technologists and policymakers grappling with what the technology looks like going forward and how it should be regulated.

Artificial intelligence could pose “existential risks” and governments need to know how to make sure the technology is not “misused by evil people,” former Google CEO Eric Schmidt warned on Wednesday.

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