Experts warn AI machines could ‘control humans’ and make decisions for us if we don’t act now

Experts warn AI machines could ‘control humans’ and make decisions for us if we don’t act now from End Time Headlines

Technology may be too pervasive in today’s world and could hinder our decision-making process, experts have warned. By now, most people have used an AI-powered device as technology has become ubiquitous worldwide.

This can look like having Amazon’s Alexa set a timer for you or asking Apple’s Siri to check the weather. In more advanced settings, AI is generating code or computing complex physics equations for scientists. However, this widespread usage could lead to technology destroying our ability to think for ourselves, some experts say.

Maria Britton, the CEO of Trade Show Labs, told The Sun: “Technology is increasingly pervading almost every aspect of our lives, from how we stay connected with loved ones, to how we pursue banking transactions to how we learn and work.

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“Our growing dependence on technology has rendered us unable to make decisions without having access to it. “We are now so reliant on technology that it shapes our behavior, both in abstract issues like beliefs and values, as well as more tangible aspects like communication habits. Ignoring the power of technology in our daily lives would be impossible these days.”

Britton’s concerns are shared by many other tech experts who believe that technology is dictating our decisions. “We must ensure that artificial intelligence systems are used ethically and that their development does not lead to a ‘takeover’ of human decision-making processes,” said Greven Carl Manuel from EmojiSprout.

“We must also remain mindful of how technology can dictate our lives — through online surveillance technologies, for instance — and take steps to protect citizens’ privacy when appropriate.” Meanwhile, other experts, who acknowledge that technology is shaping our decisions, are still choosing to see the positive in it.

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