‘Sorry for killing most of humanity’: New exhibition in San Francisco explores the dangers of AI

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Have you ever wondered what life would be if artificial intelligence become too powerful? A new exhibition titled the ‘Misalignment Museum’ has opened to the public in San Francisco – the beating heart of the tech revolution – looks to explore just that, and features AI artworks meant to help visitors think about the potential dangers of artificial intelligence. The exhibits in this temporary show mix the disturbing with the comic, and this first display has AI give pithy observations to visitors that cross into its line of vision. “The concept of the museum is that we are in a post-apocalypti…

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