Badly Drawn Turtle's question on Intro to AI Safety

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I have a big question: Is anybody working on the human aspect of this problem? Due to the shared nature of advancing technology, the goal of general AI is approached by numerous agents around the world at the same time, from individuals to governments. The problem is that it doesn't really matter if some of these agents solve the accidental AI safety problems; all it takes is ONE agent to achieve the goal of general AI without addressing the problem to create disaster. So how do we stop humans from being idiots?

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Asked by: Badly Drawn Turtle
OriginWhere was this question originally asked
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On video: Intro to AI Safety, Remastered
Date: 2021-06-24T17:21
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