The Economist brought together Yuval Noah Harari and Mustafa Suleyman to grapple with the biggest technological revolution of our times. They debate the impact of AI on our immediate futures, how the technology can be controlled and whether it could ever have agency.
00:00 – Harari and Suleyman discuss the future of AI
00:51 – What will the world look like in 2028?
03:35 – Is AI comparable to an alien invasion?
06:22 – The importance of regulation
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