President Biden Gets More Scared of AI After Watching “Mission Impossible 7”

President Joe Biden has always been concerned about the potential dangers of artificial intelligence (AI), but his concerns grew even more after he watched the latest Mission: Impossible movie.

President Biden Gets More Scared of AI After Watching "Mission Impossible 7"
Source: Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1

Biden Gets More Scared of AI After MI 7

In a new interview with the Associated Press, Biden’s deputy chief of staff, Bruce Reed, said that the president was “as impressed and alarmed as anyone” after seeing the movie.

“He saw fake AI images of himself, of his dog,” Reed said. “He saw how it can make bad poetry. And he’s seen and heard the incredible and terrifying technology of voice cloning, which can take three seconds of your voice and turn it into an entire fake conversation.”

Reed said that Biden’s concern about AI grew exponentially after watching the movie, and that it was a major factor in his decision to sign an executive order on AI earlier this year.

The executive order establishes new standards and security measures for the development and use of AI. It also creates a new national AI research center and calls for increased investment in AI education and training.

Biden’s concerns about AI are shared by many experts. They worry that AI could be used to develop autonomous weapons that could kill without human intervention, or that it could be used to create surveillance systems that could track and monitor people’s every move.

However, other experts argue that AI has the potential to solve many of the world’s most pressing problems, such as climate change and disease. They say that the key is to ensure that AI is developed and used responsibly.

It is important to note that the Mission: Impossible movies are known for their over-the-top action sequences and special effects. It is unlikely that the AI technology depicted in the movie will be developed anytime soon.

However, the movie does raise some important questions about the potential dangers of AI. It is important to have a public conversation about these dangers and to develop policies to ensure that AI is used safely and responsibly.

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