Artificial intelligence, and Chinese-American hostility, precipitate the end of the world

May 03, 2021
Artificial intelligence and Sino-American hostility precipitate the end of the world Artificial intelligence and Sino-American hostility precipitate the end of the world

Vision, Al-Arabiya Net: - "Although the risk of a nuclear conflict between the Soviet Union and America was great during the Cold War, technological advances in nuclear weapons, especially artificial intelligence - two sectors spearheaded by Washington and Beijing - double the risk of the end of the world."

This was a warning from the former American diplomat, Secretary of State under the former President, Richard Nixon, and the architect of the historical rapprochement between Washington and Beijing in the 1970s, Henry Kissinger.

Kissinger, 97, warned in a forum hosted by the McCain Institute think-tank that this is "the biggest problem for the United States and the biggest problem for the entire world." .

He said, "The tremendous economic, military and technological capabilities of the two superpowers make the current tension more dangerous than the one that occurred in the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union."

"For the first time in history, humanity has the capacity to self-destruct in a limited time," the foreign minister said.

"We have developed technologies with a power that would have been unimaginable seventy years ago," he added.

He continued, "The nuclear issue is now added to the technological issue, which, in the field of artificial intelligence, is based on the fact that man becomes a partner of the machine and that the machine can develop its own judgment," considering that "in a military conflict between two technological superpowers, this matter is of great importance." .

Kissinger believed that this situation could not be compared to the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States after World War II.

He recalled that "the Soviet Union was not an economic power and its technological capabilities were military," noting that the Soviet Union "did not have the technological development that China enjoys today, which has enormous economic power, in addition to its great military power."

Kissinger said that the United States should remain firm in principles and demand that China respect them, while maintaining continuous dialogue and finding areas for cooperation with Beijing.

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