8 Tech Giants’ View on AI (Future Technology)

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As we grow up, we become aware of varying opinions for different subject matters and develop our own set of beliefs for them. With an intriguing and mind-blowing technology such as artificial intelligence, bystanders and experts would all agree to have an opinion or two about AI (future technology).

For the common folk, AI means that they will lose their jobs and get replaced by automation systems. While for others, they see AI (future technology) as an opportunity to make their startups grow. And leading moguls in the AI sub-industry is not indifferent to these thoughts.

We will look into 8 tech giants’ view on artificial intelligence, with a special mention of one prominent IT magnate.

The Optimist

Mark Zuckerberg has always been vocal about his thoughts on AI (future technology). What’s on his mind about artificial intelligence is definitely out there. With his business in connecting people and revolutionizing how they interact and communicate, you would know his viewpoint on artificial intelligence (if not, we’ll keep you posted).

With the nature of his enterprise, Facebook, he has a positive opinion about AI. Perhaps too positive that he clashes heads with some other renowned tech leaders in the industry. Aside from liking the technology, Zuckerberg has integrated many AI solutions to his social network platform. Comment all you want, but he’s the optimist among the bunch.

The Realist

Bill Gates may have seen it all (maybe on a window) because the genius IT tycoon have predicted things about the future which seriously came true. Or he’s just plain Sherlock that has the right to say: “Elementary, my dear Watson!” He’s in the tech industry for so long and he is still living the dream (in his office suite perhaps?), so his words really excel at and his point has power in influencing us about AI .

The IBM and Microsoft founder, which leads the personal computer arms race, has both good and concerning opinions about AI. We have intel that he sees AI has big applications in different industries, but is also concerned if rival factions would just press the start button on an AI tech and the whole world will shut down. Warfare, for real, if used incorrectly.

The Pessimist

We feel like in a hyper loop when we talk on and on about Elon Musk’s cynical views about AI (future technology). Perhaps he sees AI with a tunnel vision, or he sees it in a wide open space. Exceptionally talented though, Musk has had many accomplishments in the tech industry. So why is he the boring company to be with regarding artificial intelligence?

The Tesla Motors magnate openly warns that AI will put humans into an existential crisis. They’d be more intelligent and better than us at almost everything in the near future. From this standpoint, AI agents will be a really scary threat. Though he came up with a solution and is working on a human-AI collaboration tech by creating Neuralink.

Musk’s anxiety is as obvious as the sun’s place at midday. Willing to be Neuralink’s test subject? For us, it’s a negative.

The Legalist

Sindar Pichai searches for answers that would limit and regulate the use of artificial intelligence. The Google CEO is too keen in the legal implications AI will have on our future lives. His primary drive is to map out a way and go implement constitutional limits in using artificial intelligence. By mail or meet up if it need be, with chrome-plated fist if need be.

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The Modernist

Jeff Bezos set the trend for buying and selling goods without any stock “overflow” (inventory), without going out to get the goods, and which we can tweet about. Kindled with a good read on trends with audible and inaudible guidance, he thinks we are in the golden age of artificial intelligence.

The Amazon owner, which is the top e-commerce platform in the whole world, has a unique viewpoint primed with relief in using AI (future technology). He believes that we are in the most progressive times, that AI’s development had been faster than in decades ago, thanks to advanced chip making. He also believes our workdays to not be over, as AI won’t replace us on the things we are skillful and/or passionate about.

The Futurist

Jensen Huang may not be as popular as Bill, Mark or even Elon, but the g-force on his AI view still holds ground. This chip sped his way into the AI game with his top-notch performances, stating that the future of AI is automation on automation.

Huang’s sole company, Nvidia, the top manufacturer of computer graphic cards, is set in creating an AI parallel universe, called the Metaverse. With his concept, he will create a virtual world modelled with the real world (Minecraft, but realistic and shielded from mobs). From this benchmark, aka reference point, we might categorize him to have a very out of this world approach in using artificial intelligence. But we just couldn’t process this concept enough because we are wired to actively vision AI through Cortana only.

The Activist

Dan Schulman of Paypal might not be on this list, but because of using his CEO tech influence to address social issues, we must mention him here. It sounds really surprising, but the finance app’s top executive actually cares for people, and his people, alleviating their debts to pay for their mint, lettuce and dough. The activist moniker suits him.

For his business to stay relevant, he has implemented AI and machine learning with the largest electronic payment gateway worldwide. Coined “code complete,” users of the new app can trade and purchase things with cryptocurrency.

The Communist

Ah, Jack Ma, owner of the Alibaba Group. It really sounds appropriate for him to have the communist view on this technological advancement. Why so? We won’t state the obvious, but his standpoint on artificial intelligence is that it will help decrease the work hours of a person.

Now, according to a research, there are issues about work ethics in a communist society. Because their labor isn’t as profitably incentivized compared to a capitalist society, they don’t have the kind of motivation to work like when you work in a capitalistic environment. What a perfect fit.

The Reformist

There’s Apple, then there are “if Steve Jobs were alive..” sentiments. Up to now, the revolutionary CEO’s name just can’t rest under. Even if he already took the leap to the other side, his influence and is still palpable in the physical world. He reformed the use of phones, turned it into smartphones, and we hadn’t gone back since (let us pay our respects to him).

While we really don’t know what his concrete opinion is on AI because he didn’t air it, even in ear bud’s reach, we keep watch on his peers’ latest interviews and get creative with his past statements at lightning speed. Careful with those paw pads, curiosity might kill the cat, though the mind is a bicycle theory is interesting…

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