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The dark side of AI? Consequences of breaking up big tech? Bonnie Glick is the Director of the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue University, previously serving as the Deputy Administrator and COO of the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Glick expands on her concerns on AI development, why AI needs guardrails and who should enforce those guardrails. She also explains why concerns over AI are different from previous innovation concerns.
Glick also discusses why breaking up big tech isn't the answer. For one, big tech aren’t actually monopolies. But also, breaking up big tech give China the upper hand,
weaken larger tech companies,
bar them from certain acquisitions and investments, stifle their ability to innovate, and require them to share user data with competitors including those in other countries.
Read Glick's article in Desert News.
Check out the show notes page at: https://podcast.soar.com/uplift-humanity-podcast/bonnie-glick/
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