Google Exec Warns AI Being Used to Engineer ‘Super-Pandemic’

The billionaire co-founder of Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence technology, Mustafa Suleyman, has warned the public that AI is being used for genetic engineering to trigger a “super-pandemic.”

Suleyman warns that an AI-developed super-pandemic is one of the biggest threats facing the human race.

He issued the warning in an episode of the “Diary of a CEO” podcast.

According to Suleyman, scientists are scrambling to engineer a deadly pandemic, such as a modified variant of COVID-19, to unleash before the end of this decade.

The warning from Suleyman comes amid increasing fears that another pandemic may trigger widespread lockdowns and mandates ahead of the 2024 election.

Suleyman added that in the next five years or so, a regular person could easily download the instruction set for a pandemic that’s “more lethal” than anything the world has encountered so far.

He warned that this is why the world needs “containment.”

Technology is evolving quickly and Suleyman added that it is crucial to “limit access to the tools and the know-how to carry out that kind of experimentation,” especially since many people are often “experimenting with dangerous materials,” he said.

Something dangerous like anthrax can’t be bought over the internet, making it hard to freely experiment with.



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