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Tech-Based World War III? ‘Increasingly Cocky' Putin Believes Artificial Intelligence Could Destroy the West

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Mar. 21 2024, Published 11:02 a.m. ET

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Vladimir Putin, described as "increasingly cocky," is placing great faith in technology he is "obsessed" with, viewing it as his potential tool for undermining the West, according to a new report.

With the advancement of artificial intelligence, the Russian president sees it as a potential solution to what he perceives as the imminent threat of the world's destruction. However, an expert cautions that Putin's reliance on this technology may be misplaced.

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According to Professor Anthony Glees, speaking to the Daily Star, Putin's growing confidence seems tied to his fascination with AI, as if it possesses the capability to manage complex anti-missile systems even from the moon.

Entrusting the fate of our planet to AI, in Glees's view, would be a reckless gamble with catastrophic consequences.

He warns of the inherent risks and limitations of AI, suggesting that it's being oversold to Putin as a solution for his challenges.

The situation takes a further surreal turn with reports of Putin and his ally, Chinese President Xi Jinping, contemplating a joint venture: a nuclear-equipped base on the moon.

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However, Professor Glees dismisses these plans as "dangerous lunacy," likening the leaders to inept characters from a James Bond film rather than serious contenders in space exploration.

The professor highlights the absurdity of the situation, painting a picture of Xi and Putin as misguided villains attempting to seize control of space and, by extension, Earth itself.

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He warns against the folly of their ambitions, cautioning that their actions could lead to dire consequences for the entire planet.

Despite confirmation from Russia and China regarding their progress on this venture, Professor Glees condemns their efforts as reckless and misguided. The idea of a nuclear base on the moon, in his estimation, represents not progress, but a descent into folly and peril.


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