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Two of the technology world’s biggest beasts are at war over the future of mankind, disagreeing fundamentally about whether humans will one day be taken over by robots and even exterminated from our planet.
Zuckerberg replied: ‘It’s really negative, and in some ways, I think it is pretty irresponsible.’He went on to say he was an ‘optimist’, adding: ‘In the next five to ten years, AI is going to deliver so many improvements in the quality of our lives . Zuckerberg leapt back onto Facebook to defend himself, flagging up a study by his own research team to justify AI’s potential ‘to make the world better’.On the other is Elon Musk (right), inventor of internet pay system Pay Pal, creator of Tesla electric cars and the pioneer behind an initiative to bring (relatively) cheap space travel to the masses.However, Musk and many of the world’s most respected scientists and computer engineers — including brilliant British minds such as Professor Stephen Hawking and Lord Rees, the former president of the Royal Society — believe there may be a terrible price to pay if we let machines think for us.In recent years, with the availability of ever more powerful computer hardware and microchips, tech companies have invested billions in AI development.This has led to what is known as ‘deep learning’, a process by which computer systems ‘teach’ themselves by crunching vast amounts of data available online, rather than having to be guided by a human.
This row, between a pair of tech wizards who couldn’t be more different, is likely to run and run.