Game On: The AI Race Enters Second Lap

We are reposting a quote that has stayed near and dear to us for the past three years. 

QOTD: Artificial Intelligentsia

Originally Posted on  by macromon

QOTD = Quote of the Day

Whoever becomes the leader in this sphere [A.I.] will become the ruler of the world – Vladimir Putin

The race to end all races (double entendre?) is starting to permeate the social psyche. 

Vlad warned us in his quote we posted almost three years prior.  He knows what is at stake.   

It’s amazing how the release of a new generative chatbot can set off such a flurry.   

Here’s the current header at the Drudge Report.

Fresh off my DALL-E 2 easel:   “An expressive oil painting of an economist getting it wrong.”

Hot off my Chat GPT press:  Who will win the AI race?

Chat GPT: 

It’s difficult to predict who will “win” the race in the development and deployment of Artificial Intelligence (AI), as the term “winning” is subjective and can mean different things to different people.

From a technological perspective, AI is a rapidly evolving field and many countries and corporations are making significant investments in research and development. As a result, there are likely to be multiple leaders in different areas of AI, such as natural language processing, computer vision, and machine learning.

From a geopolitical perspective, some countries, such as the United States, China, and Europe, are investing heavily in AI and positioning themselves as global leaders in the field. However, the competition in this area is complex and dynamic, and it is possible that new players could emerge and have a significant impact on the development and deployment of AI.

Ultimately, the “winner” of the AI race will depend on a wide range of factors, including the quality and impact of research and development, the availability of talent and resources, the strength of innovation ecosystems, and the level of investment and support from governments, corporations, and other stakeholders.

It’s also worth noting that the concept of “winning” the AI race may not be the most useful or appropriate way to think about the development and deployment of AI. Instead of focusing on who is “winning” or “losing,” it may be more productive to consider how AI can be developed and deployed in a way that benefits humanity as a whole and addresses the challenges and opportunities posed by this rapidly evolving technology.

Prepare to get nonlinear, folks.  This going to be an exciting race  Don’t miss out. 

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