By 2021, artificial intelligence will be able to create artworks with the precision of a professional artist.
Artificial intelligence will also be able create the next great blockbuster movie.
But while the world is watching AI creating the next big thing, the same thing will be happening to artificial intelligence itself.
As AI evolves, it will inevitably cause a backlash.
And that’s what the artificial intelligence industry is worried about.
In an interview with Ars Technic, artificial intelligences professor and AI expert Chris Evans described the industry’s biggest worry as “the backlash” against AI.
Evans, who is the creator of the artificial-intelligence platform AI, said AI companies will likely see their profits decline as more people and organizations become aware of the dangers of AI.
That’s because the backlash could force AI to develop new features that can be used against humans, Evans said.
Evans said that if that happens, AI could end up being the first and only company to be sued by human rights groups and other groups over AI features that people don’t want.
That could lead to a future where AI could use a feature that would harm people to get paid more money.
“The idea of AI as the future is a very dangerous one,” Evans said, adding that “in the future we will probably see AI take over our lives in ways that we cannot foresee.”