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A Layman’s Guide to Whether AI Could Really Kill Us All
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A Layman’s Guide to Whether AI Could Really Kill Us All

Last Updated on December 21, 2023 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Chandrayan Gupta

Originally published on Towards AI.

Are reports of the demise of humankind greatly exaggerated?
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I have a dual degree in law and business management and my areas of speciality are mental health, writing tips, self-improvement, productivity, and entertainment. I am not a techie. I cannot code. I do not have a comprehensive understanding of the internet. I use Windows. I am a freelance writer and an author. I am not a software expert. Which makes me the perfect person to pen this article.

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