As noted in the material, more than 350 researchers and engineers of AI warn that it poses a danger that can be compared with "the risks of pandemics and nuclear war."

So, according to the scientist Jeffrey Hinton, whose words are quoted by the publication, the fears associated with the development of AI that can cause the destruction of humanity are not science fiction.

On June 22, it became known that state funding for artificial intelligence research in 2023 is declining compared to 2022.

In April, Fox News reported that a user had tasked the ChaosGPT chatbot with "destroying humanity," after which the app talked about one of the ways to achieve this goal.