Christopher Nolan says Oppenheimer is a "warning" to the world on AI

Director Christopher Nolan’s new film 'Oppenheimer' is seen as a warning for the artificial intelligence era, mirroring fears ignited by nuclear technology in the WWII era.

Like nuclear tech then, AI advancements today spark concerns over potential uncontrollable consequences, possibly endangering humanity.

The AI community is experiencing an 'Oppenheimer moment', seeking guidance from history on their responsibility moving forward.

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The parallels between the rise of nuclear weapons and rapid development of AI highlight the reoccurring sense of dread that accompanies the emergence of powerful new technologies.