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Henry Kissinger’s Last Crusade: Stopping Dangerous AI

At the age of 98, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has a whole new area of interest: artificial intelligence.

He became intrigued after being persuaded by Eric Schmidt, who was then the executive chairman of Google, to attend a lecture on the topic while at the Bilderberg conference in 2016.

  • Belinda Luscombe
  • TIME

The two have teamed up with the dean of the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing, Daniel Huttenlocher, to write a bracing new book, The Age of AI, about the implications of the rapid rise and deployment of artificial intelligence, which they say “augurs a revolution in human affairs.”

The book argues that artificial intelligence processes have become so powerful, so…

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