Hi Romesh! Thank you for responding!

I agree with you that the intent with which we develop an intelligent AI will define the benefit or harm it does eventually.

Science isn't inherently bad or good, but technology can be. Nuclear fusion plants — if we manage to make them efficient — will generate benefits. Nuclear fusion bombs cause harm.

But for AI, even if it's well-intended, the problems I laid out still hold.

Cheers :)

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