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For years, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak denied that technology, especially artificial intelligence, can threaten people. However, in a recent interview with the Australian Financial Review of 64-year-old inventor has recognized that certain predictions come true, and humanoid computers represent a real danger to humanity. He even joked: “What we are: the gods, pets or ants? I do not know.

Computers are going to beat people. If we continue to create devices to make life easier, then eventually they will become smarter than us and will get rid of the sluggishness of people to effectively manage the company – said Steve Wozniak.

About the threat of artificial intelligence have already expressed such famous figures as Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking. Both are part of an organization called “Institute for the Future life”, which recently issued an open letter calling assess the risks associated with the development of artificial intelligence (AI).

The document’s authors acknowledge not only the immense potential of AI, but also puts them traps. In the short term, machine intelligence, for example, could leave millions of people out of work.

Earlier this month, the head of Tesla’s Elon Musk said that in the coming years to manage people cars can be outlawed. According to him, the robots will gain an advantage on the road, and the man behind the wheel will be “too dangerous”.

Scientists fear that the highly developed machine will learn to do any work and will gradually replace the man. Grounds for concern. According to the forecast of research firm Boston Consulting Group, in 2025 the number of automated operations increased by 25 percent. This trend is most clearly expressed today in Japan.

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