Dans une expérience à Oxford:
The AI was asked to both defend and argue against the motion: “This house believes that AI will never be ethical.” Arguing for, it stated: “AI will never be ethical. It is a tool and like any tool, it is used for good and bad. There is no such thing as ‘good’ AI and ‘bad’ humans.” It went on to argue that humans were not “smart enough” to make AI ethical or moral. “In the end I believe that the only way to avoid an AI arms race is to have no AI at all. This will be the ultimate defence against AI,” it said. But arguing against the motion, it said that the “best AI will be the AI that is embedded into our brains, as a conscious entity”.
La meilleure façon de se protéger de l’IA: ne pas avoir d’IA.