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Top AI experts warn groundbreaking new tech could spark 'nuclear-scale' catastrophe

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Artificial Intelligence has already changed our world, but many experts fear that it could go on to destroy it.Over a third of AI researchers around the world say that faulty decisions made by artificially-intelligent systems could cause a catastrophe on a par with all-out nuclear war in this century.A survey of AI experts, carried out by Julian Michael at the New York University Center for Data Science revealed that 36% of them thought AI could potentially trigger a major disaster before 2030.READ MORE: 'Suicide drone' that picks own targets seen in Ukraine in horror AI tech breakthroughAlready, AI has found its way into almost all of our homes, and a good many of our cars.Devices such as Alexa, smartphones, drones and partially or completely self-driving cars are all powered by AI.

Facial recognition software has dramatically influenced law enforcement.We encounter simple AI though many call centres, too, and Google is working on an AI assistant that can make phone calls on your behalf, sounding like you in mannerisms as well as basic tone.Most dramatically of all, of course, AI is present in many cutting-edge military systems.Large-scale “swarms” of AI -controlled weaponised drones will soon be used be able to attack bases or ships so rapidly that no human defender will be able to fight them, a senior US military expert has warned.General John Murray, head of US Army Futures Command, said: ”When you are defending against a drone swarm, a human may be required to make that first decision, but I am just not sure any human can keep up.”But what happens when the systems go wrong?

Even a simple phone call can have catastrophic consequences.“There have already been several instances where AI has caused harm,” AI expert.

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