Yuval Noah Harari and Mustafa Suleyman on the future of AI
In a recent interview with The Economist, renowned historian Yuval Noah Harari and artificial intelligence (AI) expert Mustafa Suleyman discussed their perspectives on the future of AI and its potential impact on society.
Harari, known for his best-selling books “Sapiens” and “Homo Deus,” emphasized the need for a global conversation on the ethical implications of AI. He argued that AI has the potential to disrupt the job market, leading to widespread unemployment and inequality. Harari believes that governments and societies must address these challenges proactively to ensure a fair and inclusive future.
Suleyman, co-founder of DeepMind, a leading AI research lab, shared a more optimistic view. He highlighted the immense potential of AI to solve complex problems and improve human lives. Suleyman acknowledged the concerns surrounding AI but emphasized the importance of responsible development and regulation. He called for collaboration between governments