|Overview: AI Box|
The physical and network isolation of an extremely advanced artificial intelligence to mitigate risks that the intelligence will interfere in human affairs or attempt an AI takeover.
What is an AI Box?
John Spacey, updated on August 08, 2023
An AI box is an artificial intelligence that is kept in a physically secure location where it is run either standalone or with connections to isolated external networks. It is a hypothetical means of mitigating the risk that an advanced artificial intelligence might compete with humans for dominance of the planet. The term applies to methods for dealing with a potential technological singularity and related existential risks.
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