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### Enhancing AI Security: Bill Gates Emphasizes the Need to Ward Off Malevolent Forces

Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Bill Gates says the U.S. needs to make sure we stay ahead of t…

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In the quest to propel artificial intelligence (AI) forward, it is imperative to safeguard against malicious entities surpassing the benevolent forces, as emphasized by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.

During a fireside discussion at The Economic Club of New York, Gates underscored the necessity of preempting malevolent actors leveraging technology for digital malfeasance, bioterrorism, and even physical warfare.

“We need to stay ahead of the bad actors,” Gates stressed, advocating for a proactive “good guy defense” strategy.

After being honored with the 2023 Peter G. Peterson Leadership Excellence Award, Gates engaged in a dialogue with The Economic Club of New York, facilitated by Daniella Genovese.

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Gates expressed heightened optimism about the potential benefits of AI, notwithstanding the potential risks associated with its proliferation.

He positioned AI as a more transformative force than automation, heralding it as the most significant paradigm shift of our era.

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Gates has consistently championed the progress of AI, likening its significance to pivotal technological advancements such as the microprocessor, personal computer, internet, and smartphone.

In a recent post on Gates Notes, he articulated how industries are poised to realign around AI, with businesses being defined by their adept utilization of this technology. Notably, Gates, with a staggering net worth of $117 billion according to Forbes, remains deeply engaged in this transformative landscape.

Following the reinstatement of Sam Altman, who was honored as Time’s CEO of the year, Microsoft, a significant investor in OpenAI, secured non-voting board seats within the organization. Earlier this year, Microsoft unveiled plans to invest up to $10 billion in OpenAI, fostering collaborations in AI supercomputing and research to drive the commercialization of advanced AI innovations independently.

As AI advancements intensify, Google has upped the ante with its updated artificial intelligence iteration, Gemini 1.0, tailored into three distinct variants catering to diverse operational scopes. Concurrently, industry stalwarts like IBM, Amazon, and Meta are actively bolstering their AI arsenals.

Amazon, in particular, hails its integration of Gemini Pro into the chatbot Bard as a monumental leap forward in enhancing logic and comprehension capabilities.

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