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Should We Stop Developing AI For The Good Of Humanity?

Almost 30,000 people have signed a petition calling for an “immediate pause” to the development of more powerful artificial intelligence (AI) systems.[...]

What is Auto-GPT? A Next-Level AI Tool Surpassing ChatGPT?

Like many people, you may have had your mind blown recently by the possibility of ChatGPT and other large language models (LLMs) like the new Bing or Google’s Bard.[...]

The 10 Scariest Future Tech Trends Everyone Must Know About Right Now

There is some incredible emerging tech on the horizon for 2023, but there are also some dangerous and worrying advances[...]

The Most Amazing Examples Of Drones In Use Today: From Scary To Incredibly Helpful

Drones, aircraft that are remotely or autonomously piloted with no human onboard, are used in many ways from a hobbyist who flies a $25 drone around for fun on the weekends to a multimillion-dollar military drone that’s becoming a critical part of missions. Also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), drones aren’t by default dystopian. While there are scary uses of drones, there are many ways they can be incredibly helpful and fun. Scariest Use of Drones We got a peek into the dangers of drones when the president of Venezuela was the victim of what appeared to be an [...]

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The 7 Most Dangerous Technology Trends Everyone Should Know About

As we enter new frontiers with the latest technology trends and enjoy the many positive impacts and benefits it can have on the way we work, play and live, we must always be mindful and prepare for possible negative impacts and potential misuse of the technology. Here are seven of the most dangerous technology trends: 1. Drone Swarms The British, Chinese, and United States armed forces are testing how interconnected, cooperative drones could be used in military operations. Inspired by a swarm of insects working together, drone swarms could revolutionise future conflicts, whether it be by overwhelming enemy sensors with [...]

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