Deputy Speaker of the State Duma Irina Yarovaya believes that artificial intelligence will compete with humanity for natural resources. She expressed this opinion during her speech to the participants of the ecological forum “Ecosystem. Protected area.
According to Yarovaya, all claims and sanctions against Russia are related to the fact that the country has a large amount of natural resources.
“Those who oppose Russia, do not need people. They need resources. Do you know how much artificial intelligence eats today? Those who are creating artificial intelligence today are creating it in the hope of supplanting humans.
And who consumes energy today? People? This means that the number of people must be reduced. So that there remains a small group that has power and has the opportunity to use all this for their own benefit with the help of artificial intelligence”, concluded the deputy chairman of the State Duma.
Yarovaya did not forget to mention the attitude of Russian President Vladimir Putin on this issue; according to her, she always pays attention to “a very fine moral line” in matters of artificial intelligence.
In her speech, the deputy speaker of the State Duma also referred to the speeches of Mikhail Kovalchuk, president of the National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”, with whom, among other things, they interact on issues of a parliamentary investigation into Pentagon biolaboratories . in Ukraine.
Earlier in the same speech, Yarovaya said that bio-laboratories should be created in Kamchatka, but not the ones the United States “deployed” in Ukraine.
Ecological forum “Ecosystem. Reserved Territory” was organized by the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh) and the government of the Kamchatka Territory. This year it takes place from August 30 to September 4, and about 450 young environmentalists from 85 regions of the country participate.
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