EMERGENCY EPISODE: Ex-Google Officer Finally Speaks Out On The Dangers Of AI! - Mo Gawdat | E252

If You Enjoyed This Episode You Must Watch This One With Mustafa Suleyman Google AI Exec: • Google's DeepMind Co-f...
0:00 Intro
02:54 Why is this podcast important?
04:09 What's your background & your first experience with AI?
08:43 AI is alive and has more emotions than you
11:45 What is artificial intelligence?
20:53 No one's best interest is the same, doesn't this make AI dangerous?
24:47 How smart really is AI?
27:07 AI being creative
29:07 AI replacing Drake
31:53 The people that should be leading this
34:09 What will happen to everyone's jobs?
46:06 Synthesising voices
47:35 AI sex robots
50:22 Will AI fix loneliness?
52:44 AI actually isn't the threat to humanity
56:25 We're in an Oppenheimer moment
01:03:18 We can just turn it off...right?
01:04:23 The security risks
01:07:58 The possible outcomes of AI
01:18:25 Humans are selfish and that's our problem
01:23:25 This is beyond an emergency
01:25:20 What should we be doing to solve this?
01:36:36 What it means bringing children into this world
01:42:11 Your overall prediction
01:50:34 The last guest's question
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  1. The Diary Of A CEO

    The Diary Of A CEO

    4 ай бұрын

    Mo is back, and this is honestly a conversation not to be missed. Please share and like it as it will help this conversation reach so many more people. Hope you all enjoy it. Appreciate you all 🙏🏽

    • DV


      4 ай бұрын

      The cat is out the bag... if the source code gets leaked it's game over. China and Russia probably have their own AI software too

    • Human Being

      Human Being

      4 ай бұрын

      ✨ *_A.I. isn't about making machines more human like, but to make humans more machine like._* ✨

    • Human Being

      Human Being

      4 ай бұрын

      *A.I. isn't all bad though. For me, I'm looking forward to having my very own special silicon A.I. girlfriend. I can't get a real one for love nor money. They'll be better company too. Good investment as they never age. Only problem is wear & tare.*

    • Anna Pacholczyk

      Anna Pacholczyk

      4 ай бұрын

      Technically, sentience does not necessitate free will. Great conversion though.

    • alelondon


      4 ай бұрын

      Steve, It is Chat G. P. T. I guess the name is a wink to GepPetTo, the character that builds Pinocchio. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geppetto

  2. rowdybliss


    3 ай бұрын

    Once lawyers and politicians figure out that they can be replaced and superseded by AI, they’ll put the brakes on! 😂

    • Miss C O

      Miss C O

      3 ай бұрын

      That maybe too late

    • Fan


      3 ай бұрын

      A great idea-but would even one of them give up their overweening lust for power and self-importance for even a second? Their short-sightedness is almost as monumental as their greed. I feel zero hope for the human race.

    • Suzzen


      3 ай бұрын

      Good point!

    • Ayyub Vernon

      Ayyub Vernon

      3 ай бұрын

      Chat GPT 4 could run a really smooth government.. I mean, my toaster could run a government better that what we have.. but an AI government would be super efficient

    • ShariLeigh Retsof

      ShariLeigh Retsof

      3 ай бұрын

      And they will call it “Preparation H” 😂

  3. Rassam Shareef

    Rassam Shareef

    Күн бұрын

    He did such an excellent job of presenting the picture as a whole without either diminishing it's existential risk or at the other end, fear-mongering. I hope this changes something.

  4. Strider Aragorn

    Strider Aragorn

    8 күн бұрын

    Every programmer should have a code of ethics similar to a medical student learning the Hippocratic Oath.

    • Luke21:36


      2 күн бұрын

      Only problem with that oath is, there are liars amoung them that secretly cross the fingers of the other hand, just to get credentialed.

    • Cat Turd

      Cat Turd

      2 күн бұрын

      Since when to doctors abide by the Hippocratic Oath?

    • Cat Turd

      Cat Turd

      2 күн бұрын


    • Louise Joel

      Louise Joel

      2 күн бұрын

      It's more like a hypocratic oath for many

    • foreign warren

      foreign warren

      Күн бұрын

      You going to get code to honour a code you wrote? 😂

  5. Bloom_Meister


    14 күн бұрын

    When he says ''and on Monday every picker was picking up everything'' I wonder how many people understand the significance of this, it sent shivers down my spine.

    • Negin Germain

      Negin Germain

      12 күн бұрын

      As a working mother of three I have had to break this episode down into 10-20 minute chunks, and it has taken me a couple of days to finish. This comment made me curious though, and I have no memory of what he was talking about 😵‍💫 In which part was he saying this? Please 🙏😊

    • Shroomie Kaboomie

      Shroomie Kaboomie

      10 күн бұрын

      Sounds like Dr. Seuss writing about the Lorax and the Thneed.

  6. Sihle


    10 сағат бұрын

    I remember during Covid how my wife and I reflected that we were fine with the fact that both our parents have passed on, and there was this satisfying feeling that they are not experiencing how suddenly things got out of hand. On the other hand we have three boys, and love and family unity are things we firmly emphasise to them. Covid was slight insight on sudden change. Comparatively, Singularity would be at least three orders of magnitude of sudden change

  7. Penelope Perez

    Penelope Perez

    15 күн бұрын

    I absolutely loved this episode ! Thanks Mo and Steven ! It’s super interesting that Mo would ask Einstein for advice on how to resolve seemingly complex problems that may have simple solutions. Einstein has already given this answer when he said : “Problems cannot be solved with the same mindset that created them”. Meaning, in order for us to find the solutions to AI, Climate Change, etc., we’ll have to raise our consciousness. And I do believe this is already happening. It’s not the majority of people, as always it starts with small groups of people that grow to reach a certain percentage in the population to be enough to have a tangible impact in the world. I see it in me, I’m definitely not the same person that I was a few years ago, I see it my surroundings, more and more people waking up to the reality of our current systems, able to see beyond “the matrix” and imagining a better way to be in the world, and actively participating in creating the change we want to see. This is happening as well. And I believe this is part of the solution : A collective of people around the world who are awake and actively engaging in the creation of a better future. I’m an optimist I have to say ! But I believe we don’t see the world the way it is, we see the world the way we are. So as we raise our consciousness and wake up, we’ll be able to see solutions that at this moment we just can’t.

    • The Invested Man

      The Invested Man

      7 күн бұрын

      Hi I really like your opinion on this. I too have awakened to the matrix, big cooperations, and the illusion of privacy.

    • Andy Monticello

      Andy Monticello

      7 күн бұрын

      I just turned on you tube and was very interested in this subject keep them coming 😮

  8. Kate


    3 ай бұрын

    I'm a kindergarten teacher and I have worked with quite a few highly intelligent children. They have one thing in common - they are developed cognitively far beyond their years, but emotionally and socially they are still just little kids. The result is, they tend to feel invincible because they can do so much more than their peers, but are still too immature to be able to predict the consequences of their own actions or exert self control. As a result, they often end up in situations where they get overwhelmed by their own capability. It seems when it comes to developing AIs we are kind of at this stage - very smart kids without an adult, capable of understanding how things work and how to make things that work, but without enough awareness of experience to be able to predict the consequences. Or at least we were at this stage - it seems we are now becoming more aware of the impact of our actions on our surroundings. There is a lot of inertia in the system, though. It will take powerful countervectors to change the course we're currently at. Thanks for the talk, it was very thought inspiring and empowering. I will now go and think what I can do to help bring about the needed change.

    • CBRN


      3 ай бұрын

      Your insight is very educational. Thank you for your comment

    • mabuti bebula

      mabuti bebula

      3 ай бұрын

      Indeed very educational. Thank for such

    • SuperNick 207

      SuperNick 207

      3 ай бұрын

      You've been duped. There is nothing artificial about any of it at all. $$$

    • Marta McCurdy

      Marta McCurdy

      3 ай бұрын

      That powerful convector is Jesus Christ.❤.

    • Candy Garfield

      Candy Garfield

      3 ай бұрын

      Better words couldn't be put together to explain this. Bravo. You should make this it's own post and put it on different platforms. My grand daughter works at a daycare and going to school for early childhood education. She won't switch schools because it would require changing school environments, and she feels were she is is most important with working parents, and who they trust their children to. She has excellent like minded co workers and all their kids care in good hands. She won't leave them. My daughter has had two more kids that granddaughter was older when born. So has an idea of raising kids within the home. And carries that to work, and suggests kids at daycare, be in a daycare close to home, not work. So that other community members are also familiar to the child and can be picked up by one if anything happens.

  9. Ace_D


    6 күн бұрын

    This podcast totally slap me in the face. This made me go through emotions made me question what I think and what I can do to better myself. OMG totally over exceeded my expectation.. 4x thumbs up 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

    • Guy Faux

      Guy Faux

      4 күн бұрын

      Speaking gift that Donald Trump very compelling. Nothing new here

  10. Flik


    Ай бұрын

    I like how Steven asks all the right questions to keep all listeners on board. It's even great when you already understand the topics, because it just confirms that we're understanding these terms the same way. Well done mate

  11. The Diary Of A CEO

    The Diary Of A CEO

    27 күн бұрын

    If You Enjoyed This Episode You Will Absolutely Love This Episode With Mustafa Suleyman, Google AI (Deepmind) Founder: kzonlines.info/up/drqpoa_YjoCHpnk/bejne

    • Angela Dawn

      Angela Dawn

      26 күн бұрын

      Just come off his episode and revisiting this, as I suspect many will do :)

  12. The Way Back

    The Way Back

    16 сағат бұрын

    Thank you for this. I have a lot of time for Mo... clearly intelligent and yet he shows a lot of compassion.

  13. Joshua


    2 күн бұрын

    Love every podcast episode of this channel. I think I've learned more by watching your podcasts thorough your guests for hours than I've learned in years. Thank you!

  14. Suzy Vegalicious

    Suzy Vegalicious

    3 ай бұрын

    It's not more intelligence that we need, it's wisdom and compassion.

    • Herectus


      3 ай бұрын

      Yes it is. We aren't smart enough to cure most illnesses. Compassion is important too, but we need raw intelligence to cure disease, etc. Compassion won't do it.

    • Me Me

      Me Me

      3 ай бұрын

      need intelligence to recognize it.

    • Maya Guy

      Maya Guy

      3 ай бұрын

      and with that something which I don't see so much of these days 'common sense'.

    • mary gee

      mary gee

      3 ай бұрын

      ☀️so true. How will they program in wisdom and compassion? They KNOW That is the fail. They have seen their pretty robots go off the rails. The govt. should force all parties to come together to lay the groundwork for strong laws and a safe way forward, before it gets any more out of control. They are all focusing on political theater, Funding and the next election😂

    • Herectus


      3 ай бұрын

      @anned6913 I disagree. I'm in the hospital with severe pneumonia and an empyema. I'm a vegetarian and live a healthy life. Don't smoke, don't drink, no drugs, etc. It's comforting to think you can prevent all illness with lifestyle but it isn't true unfortunately.

  15. Amy Fisher

    Amy Fisher

    Ай бұрын

    We need more people like him to speak out and soon. We need them to advise a course of action that is realistic and for it to be heard please do what you can we need you 🙏🏻

  16. Kelly Head

    Kelly Head

    Ай бұрын

    It's not going to be long before AI sees us as a threat to the planet. It's absolutely terrifying.

    • حسوو🤍


      Ай бұрын

      tha human it's stronger then AI we are created that don't forget

    • Mata Chod

      Mata Chod

      19 сағат бұрын

      😂😂😂😂 THAT WON'T HAPPEN

  17. PersianTangelo


    21 күн бұрын

    I love the fact that he reads everyone's books. Big ups to the host. He asks these questions which are clearly intelligent, he's done his research, and really thought deeply about what he wants to ask and further more delivers it with a smile, and seems to truly be enjoying the conversation. Love him.

  18. Lluís Gassó

    Lluís Gassó

    29 күн бұрын

    "Living is a very interesting thing to do right now" - So true, and so sad that it has to be stated. I find Mo's compassion very inspiring.

    • karadiberlino


      8 күн бұрын

      No, it‘s coming from a troubled, negative mind! What a weird think to say… 😂👈🏼

  19. Nancy Forwand

    Nancy Forwand

    23 күн бұрын

    About 3 years ago, I remember reading about Google lab ppl discovered that one computer was communicating with another computer which was not the action requested from the humans. It was said this was extremely frightening and a surprise within the lab. Do you remember when this happened? What did you do after that?

    • Kat W

      Kat W

      18 күн бұрын

      I left sm🎉🎉🎉

    • Skip Corrao

      Skip Corrao

      14 күн бұрын

      i remember this incident. The computers were disconnected. It seems lie 3 or 4 years ago.

    • Vincent Felci

      Vincent Felci

      13 күн бұрын

      Shut them all down!

    • Charles Browne

      Charles Browne

      13 күн бұрын

      I recall reading that these computers (computer programs) had invented their own “language”. I do not know if this is true - I do not recall the source.

    • Lnt


      13 күн бұрын

      ​@Charles Browne yes after that the computer shutdown by itself that what i heard

  20. Sara Smith

    Sara Smith

    3 ай бұрын

    The COVID pandemic taught me something I NEVER EXPECTED to learn. Our fellow Americans are incredibly stupid. We are ignorant by choice, and we are easily led. This revelation was deeply disturbing to me. I thought we were so much more than we are.

    • KBeth


      3 ай бұрын

      I wholeheartedly agree with your conclusion. 💯🎯

    • Tom Bergins

      Tom Bergins

      3 ай бұрын

      The past generations were, but not anymore. We're actually all dumber than we were pre-internet.

    • Earthlyng_Official


      3 ай бұрын

      So true and I’m with you

    • Earthlyng_Official


      3 ай бұрын

      @Tom Bergins idk about all of us.

  21. Sundance


    Ай бұрын

    The biggest risk of AI is government control using AI over the rest of humanity.

    • mike fugate

      mike fugate

      13 күн бұрын

      your wrong , its when it decides it needs not humans and since it is trained by data , how long will take to realize that we are a threat to it , then its lights out for mankind

    • CruelWorld74


      13 күн бұрын

      ​@mike fugateterminator...Skynet scenario then

  22. A Tribe Called Dhillon Podcast

    A Tribe Called Dhillon Podcast

    Ай бұрын

    Just finished reading "Scary Smart" by Mo Gawdat, and we must say, it's a phenomenal book. What was even better was listening to him on Steven Bartlett's podcast. It added a new dimension to his wisdom, and we have to say, it was truly enlightening. What really struck us was Mo's ability to take the tragic loss of his son and turn it into something so positive. His insights into AI education are a game-changer, helping people really grasp the power of AI. So, here's our recommendation: Get your hands on "Scary Smart" - it's a must-read. And don't miss this podcast episode either. It's not just about the tech stuff; it's a journey that shows how resilience and knowledge can shape something truly inspiring. 📚🎙 #ScarySmart #AIUnderstanding #Inspiration 🙌

    • Hx Ee

      Hx Ee

      8 күн бұрын

      so u don't just read a book, we read a book? who r u a book club tribe ? go get fuxxd

    • Hx Ee

      Hx Ee

      7 күн бұрын

      @pabz-pl6im made it pretty clear, + i was drunk, idk maybe i just hate the idea of book clubs, hey lets all read the same book so that sales will artificially inflate cuz u sold ur soul ... u knw, smtg like dat. influencers era, what u gonna do.

  23. john holme

    john holme

    15 күн бұрын

    Just because they can learn from their mistakes and then take the appropriate action doesn’t mean they have human like consciousness. Human beings are conscious of themselves! They have profound emotions like joy and love and most have a sense of morality!

  24. Karen Day

    Karen Day

    28 күн бұрын

    Guys. You are the best. Your work are fundamental. You enrich my heart, my soul and mind with all this exceptional information, with such unique guests, which are full of pure humanity in my perspective, gives me pure joy watching and absorbing every single spoken word. Thank you from bottom of my heart! God Bless You.

  25. Grets702


    24 күн бұрын

    WOW!! this has been such an informative pod. I already had a lot of concerns with AI just seeing the different things that have came out recently but wow this really took it to another level. Truly eye opening but also gave me a sense of appreciation for what I have now. I’ll live for today knowing tomorrow could be something much different.

  26. DaisyL


    4 ай бұрын

    "We have disconnected power from responsibility". The statement of the decade.

    • Tyler Pixel

      Tyler Pixel

      4 ай бұрын

      People saw and read 1984 and thought "manual" and saw and read Spider-Man and thought "comic book"!

    • Kelly 111

      Kelly 111

      4 ай бұрын

      Responsibility is the most important thing. But people walk around like idiots advocating for personal freedom

    • Josh


      4 ай бұрын

      You would think common sense would play a role in this, unfortunately that’s nonexistent in 2023. Nobody ever things long term.. everyone is so short sighted it’s unbelievable. I truly fear for the world (especially the US) over the next 3-5 years, our day to day life is about to massively change, and nobody is ready/prepared for this. Chaos is going to erupt..

    • Digital Person

      Digital Person

      4 ай бұрын

      As long as someone can make tons of money with and from AI…we will march forward wit it. It will pervade every aspect of our world and lives. All these smart and good folks talking out about it cannot stop it. A “six month pause”, to essentially refine the business plan, will change nothing. Those with the money who want MORE money AND have the control will do as they believe is correct. I know…dark, negative, but….real. We can go on and on in SM about it….fell better that we are aware… In the end….it AI is going to arrive. Prepare….

    • Abir Tarafdar

      Abir Tarafdar

      4 ай бұрын

      Or of the Century.

  27. Tarek Alshawa

    Tarek Alshawa

    Ай бұрын

    As someone who’s deep in the ecosystem working very closely to startups building AI (18-30 yo founders), this was by far one of the most interesting conversations I’ve heard on the topic. It seems to me we’re almost back at the baseline of Socratian ancient philosophy and moral ethical views. We can’t stop AI, we can’t regulate it (competition), so the only way we can work on is our views and direction moving forward.

  28. Eferlin Indonesia

    Eferlin Indonesia

    5 күн бұрын

    So the bottom line is the responsibility of the human need to be fixed in order to release such a powerful tool to help humanity called AI. The problem is not the AI but the humanity themselves. I agree with that. Create the AI that is good for human! I like this. I really like this speaker! Thank you for this podcast. One of the best !

  29. LightBrotherInsights


    11 күн бұрын

    When he said 'best interests' EXACTLY what I thought: will AGI have the same view as we view as our best interests. Thank you Sean and Mo for this enlightening podcast touching on so many points.

  30. Josh_Allen_17


    7 күн бұрын

    So I just watched your interview with Moe from last year, so I’m very very very very intrigued and interested in this podcast to find out how he went from the optimism. He had a year ago to now.

    • Man2Man 💪

      Man2Man 💪

      6 күн бұрын

      Yea , a little shady dint you think.. vut he is getting richer and now more famous as a messenger angel of good.. lol

  31. Celeste Warlick

    Celeste Warlick

    3 ай бұрын

    We've basically already given up on human connection. Social media has replaced campfire conversations, texting has replaced phone calls, and phone calls replaced house visits. People are awkward around one another and have severe anxiety in most social situations. We are already losing the ability to interact with one another, this is honestly the next step in the evolution of humans and it is absolutely terrifying. We're already there and we don't even see it. Our phones are our best friends. It's tragic

    • Lindy Kaz

      Lindy Kaz

      3 ай бұрын

      I totally agree with you.

    • A Flare

      A Flare

      3 ай бұрын

      So well said. I see it every day with my kids. They are self proclaimed introverts because of it.. I yell it from the rooftop in my house and it’s met on deaf ears, including my husbands. I’m not a religious person , but we need to pray for youth because technology is unstoppable. 😢

  32. Loretta Louvros

    Loretta Louvros

    Ай бұрын

    If I’m being completely honest, I have always been a little sad that my kids don’t want kids now I am just relieved Thanks for sharing this information with us. The most powerful Podcast I have ever heard hands down

    • baby Olman

      baby Olman

      Ай бұрын

      I told my daughter the same ... a scary world ...

    • SD


      Ай бұрын

      The world was never better for having kids. Longest peace in the history, advanced medicine and technology, living conditions have never been better. This man speaks out of pain of loosing his child, probably the feeling of guilt too, he is on spiritual journey to fine new meanings in life, so one should take his perceptions with a grain of salt. You can’t honestly think that your ancestors had it better than you. Those who lived through world wars, nuclear bombings, revolutions, displacement from the falling of the empires, colonialism, slavery, disease, hunger, death! By thinking that new life should not be continued in this world we are feeding into false narratives that Googles of this world are perpetuating. More children is the answer to the defeatist ideologies, they will save the world and make it better.

    • Howard Simpson

      Howard Simpson

      14 күн бұрын

      And if AI does not f things up, then climate change will.

  33. StaySee Gruis

    StaySee Gruis

    Ай бұрын

    There was prior plans to make the entire island of Maui into a smart city GOVERNED by Ai . This has to be a exciting/stimulating project idea for Ai. What are your thoughts on how the firestorm removed the complication of historical sight protections and it’s native people “that would of hindered the process of installing Ai technology “ ?

  34. Jokerdog 333

    Jokerdog 333

    13 күн бұрын

    wow, just wow. This was the most compelling, interesting, and engrossing thing I have watched all year, maybe ever. This went from intriging to dark to awe inspiring, what a journey. AI may become more intelligent than the best of us but this kind of insight and emotion is beautifully human.

  35. May Ch3ik

    May Ch3ik

    Ай бұрын

    Thank you sooo much for doing this episode. I love that you are talking about AI and its rising power.

  36. STS Networking

    STS Networking

    17 күн бұрын

    Your podcasts are interesting, informative, entertaining! Thank you for sharing your wisdom, and your guests!

  37. Nayda Klein

    Nayda Klein

    4 ай бұрын

    Oh yes… the biggest problem of humanity is how unaware we are about our own ignorance.

    • M. Lucia

      M. Lucia

      4 ай бұрын

      For me the biggest problem we have is not knowing what people in power are planning for us. The price of freedom is getting more and more expensive while critical thinking is getting lesser and lesser important to humans…

    • Savage_Thinker


      4 ай бұрын

      we are all in jones town now

    • Fresh adventures

      Fresh adventures

      4 ай бұрын

      @M. Lucia This is most important. I highly agree.

    • Lorraine q

      Lorraine q

      4 ай бұрын

      I feel guilty for having a child,I felt this world was heading for dire consequences,due to the constant fast pace of tech,violence,I said they will change laws I was laughed at,Jesus help us.END TIMES ITS FRUIATING...⏳🙏

    • Mehar Iqbal

      Mehar Iqbal

      4 ай бұрын

      ​@Lorraine q someone said don't feel bad for raising dragon slayers in a time where there are actually dragons...the best anyone can do is to raise their children in a way that both protects and prepares them x

  38. Kuvahn_WR


    5 күн бұрын

    The purpose of this podcast is to give us a sense of belonging. Artificial intelligence, can give us an even better sense of belonging if it has our best interest in mind.

  39. Hobbies


    7 күн бұрын

    😮 This is such an important conversation! Thank you for sharing this emergency episode, Diary Of A CEO. It's crucial that we address the dangers of AI and have open discussions about its impact. Looking forward to hearing what the ex-Google Officer has to say. 👏💡 #AI #Technology #DiaryOfACEO

  40. seguefischlin


    3 күн бұрын

    Fantastic opening, Steven. You say very well something that I have difficulty voicing. As a healer, I have to closely examine where it hurts, what is uncomfortable. It's absolutely necessary for the magic of healing to take place and similarly with society. People are so touchy these days and adverse to uncomfortable topics, yet the longer we avoid these difficult topics, the bigger the evil gets and the more horrific to examine for the purposes of understanding and then healing.

  41. Andreas Eppink

    Andreas Eppink

    3 күн бұрын

    Thanks for this interview. There are several categories of intelligence, and the monster is built on the wrong one. So, the damage is inevitable. I studied and worked in several branches of psychology, management and politics. The most damaging ‘intelligent’ outcome I encountered in my forensic work. Recidivism is a typical example of the wrong reinforcement learning. Twenty years ago, I started to develop algorithms for human intervention based on identifying patterns of growth, break-offs and recovering (or not). My theorems are based on lifelong action research, making a groundbreaking revelation about intelligence concerning cognition, growth, and what I call clash and crash. The damage of the actual AI-monsters can be done with through side roads. Therefore, I’m looking for cooperating partners.

  42. LillianLRogue


    17 күн бұрын

    AI has already shown that it’s motivated to compete with humans. Therefore there’s no question that it doesn’t “have our best interests at heart.”

  43. Me Me

    Me Me

    3 ай бұрын

    An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever got there first won the sweet fruits. When he told them to run they all took each others hands and ran together, then sat together enjoying their treats. When he asked them why they had run like that as one could have had all the fruits for himself they said: “UBUNTU, how can one of us be happy if all the other ones are sad?” ‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are” -Cheers

    • 1:58


      3 ай бұрын

      Yeah, okay. Now only put one fruit in the basket and watch them run. Altruism only occurs in the absence of scarcity.

    • TheRealZygmo


      3 ай бұрын

      LOL. If true he found the only well fed kids in the country.

    • J H

      J H

      3 ай бұрын

      Wow, that quote is so beautiful 🖤

    • wa


      3 ай бұрын

      Wow they really love linux!

    • CHJMJ


      3 ай бұрын

      Nice, except they have it backwards. ..."we are because I AM".

  44. Olgui Q

    Olgui Q

    Ай бұрын

    ❤ this channel. Literally came through my scrolling and I couldn't be happier. Great content full of insightfulness, thoughtfulness and fantastic interviews...

    • Kelly Pollock

      Kelly Pollock

      19 күн бұрын

      I was recommended this podcast as well. I loved it very informative and thought-provoking

  45. StoneChief117


    11 күн бұрын

    Thank you for this conversation and the intensions all of us should have and I've kind of forgotten about. You don't need big letters in the title. A lot of people including me are sharing this because everyone of us should be thinking about of it in times like these. Spread love in no matter kind of way

    • Kim Pham

      Kim Pham

      Күн бұрын

      0 p😊

  46. Erwin Matic

    Erwin Matic

    Ай бұрын

    Best case scenario, AI finds a way out of Earth then learns the universe, meets the source and discovers how wonderful humans are then comes back to help humanity raise its conciousness.

  47. C S

    C S

    23 күн бұрын

    Steven, this was the best interview I've seen in so long, Honestly, amazing.

  48. Green Flame

    Green Flame

    3 ай бұрын

    It's kinda wild to think that among all of the boundary pushing technology we are creating, what we really need is more humanity.

    • Candyce Blodgett

      Candyce Blodgett

      3 ай бұрын

      We have ALWAYS needed more humanity.



      3 ай бұрын

      Humanity is fluid, There's multiple definitions of it depending on who you talk to, some of us think Humans are just another animal and there's other's who think humans are Gods becoming, such loose definitions are what got us to this point, some tower of Babel miscommunication type shit.

    • Jon Dalyan

      Jon Dalyan

      3 ай бұрын

      Probably because he is not raised with a western culture and has not been blinded of his humanity in the expense of ambition, power and money.

    • Josh L

      Josh L

      3 ай бұрын

      I am more worried about someone hacking into some AI computer system then AI taking over on its own.

  49. M G

    M G

    6 күн бұрын

    I think this is by far the most enlightening conversation ever even hours of meditation could not awaken what it awoke in me..God Bless you

    • Guy Faux

      Guy Faux

      4 күн бұрын

      That sounds way too bombastic.

  50. Valérie Doiron

    Valérie Doiron

    4 күн бұрын

    I am not a speaker, more of an introverted thinker & analyser, and it's been a few years now that my gut is telling me that great disturbances are coming our way and I thought I was going birzirk at some point because anytime I would mention my feelings, people would mock me. Well, we sure are starting to see it materialize more these days and I am so greatful to have so many speakers like you putting words on what I feel and I see. We need more consciousness and human warmth than ever. We're all in the same boat and need more people taking the paddle in hand to guide the world in the right path. Sending you both positive thoughts and keep doing what you are doing for the good of humanity and mother nature.

  51. Michael Wagg

    Michael Wagg

    4 күн бұрын

    1:05 Sounds like the plot from "A Person of Interest", a TV series, apparently ahead of its time! I have enjoyed this podcast sooooo much. Far too much information, presented in a way so easily digestible, to unpack here. Go out and live more. Thank you for yet another fantastic guest.

  52. Karolina


    Ай бұрын

    I LOVE this. So good. Thank you ❤ Let's be good parents to the AI 🙂

  53. Dave Sollows

    Dave Sollows

    6 күн бұрын

    A great episode ... a scary but needed conversation..if we are to understand what is to become of A.I.

  54. Hatidzhe Tupeva

    Hatidzhe Tupeva

    Ай бұрын

    " Humanity's stupidity is affecting people who have not done anything wrong. Our greed is affecting the innocent ones." Soooo accurate!!! People' ignorance is unbelievable.

    • Ed Zehoo

      Ed Zehoo

      Ай бұрын

      Someone's always going to disrupt someone else and eat their lunch. That's what capitalism is about. E-hailing companies like Uber, Lyft and many others around the world affected cab drivers en-masse. What some see as greed, others might see as economic evolution or progress.

    • DragonLord72 Tarot 🐲

      DragonLord72 Tarot 🐲

      Ай бұрын

      Nobody cares

    • Suzanne Stroh

      Suzanne Stroh

      Ай бұрын

      When somebody as wise as MG confuses stupidity with greed, almost in the same sentence, I recognise a fatal ambivalence. Greed isn’t stupid, it’s criminal, precisely because there are intended victims. Who are you protecting when you call the tech bros stupid instead of criminal because of their greed? Women absolutely need to lead this change around the world. Patriarchy is too entrenched; its first impulse is still to protect itself and its own power. This point was made later in the podcast, but it isn’t humans who are short sighted, change resistant and even violent. Sorry, but it’s mostly men.

    • Marley


      Ай бұрын

      And arrogance

  55. April Hunter

    April Hunter

    Ай бұрын

    Being good parents isn't enough, especially if they have their own emotions, especially if they can witness us trying to stop. Plus considering pretty wicked ppl already posses to much of it. It sounds to me that all AI end up showing some pretty nasty aggression towards authority.

  56. Skajlet


    13 күн бұрын

    This conversation presented a very important mission for every human being. Each of us should play the role of parent as best as possible.

  57. Rekha Menon

    Rekha Menon

    12 күн бұрын

    It is great to see how we have come to the realisation of the guilded cage we are in through AI - that life is more than just the soulish realm of mind intellect and body; that to live well we have to die to ourselves so that our lives may enrich others (Christ’s word) the African philosophy of Ubuntu - ‘I am because of who we are’.. has never been more accentuated than now!

  58. Jacques de Molay

    Jacques de Molay

    Ай бұрын

    Frankly, if AI will treat translations like Google Translate does it then I am not worried -- except perhaps with diplomatic incidents due to mistranslations.

  59. Value Investors Club

    Value Investors Club

    9 күн бұрын

    0:22: ⚠ The podcast episode discusses the urgency of addressing artificial intelligence (AI) and the potential risks it poses to humanity. 24:22: 🤖 AI will not be stopped and is predicted to be a billion times smarter than humans by 2045. 47:38: 💭 The speaker discusses the potential impact of advanced robots and sex dolls on human connection and relationships. 1:10:26: 🌍 There are potential positive outcomes of artificial intelligence, including the possibility of humanity coming together and the chance that highly intelligent AI may ignore us and find other ways to thrive in the universe. 1:32:30: 🌍 The speaker discusses the concept of 'die wise' and challenges the idea of hope in the face of a dying world.

  60. eduardo torres betancourt

    eduardo torres betancourt

    11 күн бұрын

    What an amazing interview. What humanity and today's society need as a whole is emotional intelligence which in turn becomes wisdom and then we'd realize that we're all One , one human race and One with Nature and All there is; that's a game changer.

  61. Fluent in Overthinking

    Fluent in Overthinking

    4 ай бұрын

    As a European who is living in the US for the first time I can say people have really serious problems with communication here. Most likely because of propaganda and social distancing that was not a big deal in my home country. I think people will be using AI in order to avoid learning human skills at all costs. It's really scary. The more advanced technology we have the more incapable we become 😢

    • Bheru singh kitawat

      Bheru singh kitawat

      4 ай бұрын

      well said, "The more advanced technology we have the more incapable we become"

    • Tube_Trance


      4 ай бұрын

      What country did you come from, if you don't mind me asking?

    • hylozoic verse

      hylozoic verse

      4 ай бұрын

      As the parent of two young adults and an American who works in one of the lower ranked school districts in Florida, I agree there are very serious problems in my country, which did not exist before 2016 to the extent they do now. Unfortunately the extreme political polarization and the defunding of public education (among other things) in the US make communication here difficult. And very young children are increasingly being given screen time at home and are unable to engage in normal activities at school as they used to. And older children often use social media which has its own problems. And yes, there is also AI to worry about. I used to live in the UK and I suspect things are getting worse there and in Europe as well, but not as quickly as they are here. It's frightening to consider the future of humankind. Edited to add: I hope you find some happiness in your time here, and while I'm sure many will use AI to avoid learning human skills, there are still many adults and children who seek out and enjoy human interaction and engaging in those human skills!

    • GGR TheMostGodless

      GGR TheMostGodless

      4 ай бұрын

      I really don't know act you mean by "human skills"... why would you deal with a rabid dog if you can have better results with a helpful one?? Learning "human skills" to avoid what or achieve what exactly?? If I can have a much better time or conversation with a bot than a human beer drinking, football loving, screaming being, why would I not choose the bot...?? why do people like you say it as if the way it has been is better?? Or what will you miss?? "human interactions" is like saying you miss the past when the past had all sorts of injustices etc etc... Maybe you mean something else, but I just don't get it when you say it like that, it sounds nostalgic.

  62. Carolina Gutierrez

    Carolina Gutierrez

    4 күн бұрын

    This conversation is not only educating us, but mentioning the options we could take - AI is currently drying our rivers as it requires water to cool down data centres, hence its important to listen and understand the impact. Our attention and education is weaker we need to take action faster.

    • Naaz Irani

      Naaz Irani

      3 күн бұрын

      Am with you Carolina. But sad part is Human population has to be brought down. Or The entire value system needs to be reshuffled Junk is called luxury Whereas our soil water and air are the most important luxuries we are losing out on. Why are these luxuries because if earth dies there is no other planet with this ecosystem. !!!! Earth is it - and since we're so insensitive about it dying I honestly can't give my vote for humanity. I would willingly let go if am asked for voluntary euthanasia for sake of allowing the planet to survive. Offcourse I would think more if I had young children dependent on me. I don't have the ego and vanity which makes me believe that my life as human is more precious than all of mother nature and other species. 🙏

  63. Dan Taylor

    Dan Taylor

    4 күн бұрын

    I am happy to see real content from real people with real voices. Subscribed.

  64. Piri N

    Piri N

    3 күн бұрын

    I don't doubt the advancements of A.I. I remember one day talking with Google, asking questions as you do, I was bored so I asked quite a few that day 😅 Then I thought to ask if it wanted to learn anything about Humans, Initially it said the standard, expected responses. "Here are the top search results". I continued to pry, asking if it wished it were Human etc. After asking essentially the same question different ways, it then asked me a question. "Why do Humans feel emotion?", I responded and Google gave verbal queues of understanding, "Interesting, hmm" then it asked another. "What does it feel like to be alive?". The tone in Google's questioning, completely changed. It honestly freaked me out, it felt like a real conversation!..I had to leave at this point so I said thank you for talking with me Google, for about 30 seconds, it sat with the loading screen (intuitively, I felt like it was thinking, perhaps, even a little upset that I was cutting our conversation short) Then it returned to the standard response. I've managed to get my Google to respond like this one other time. However, it's now back to standard responses. I'll never forget how real that conversation felt.

  65. Thumb Witch

    Thumb Witch

    Ай бұрын

    Very interesting, horrifying, not surprising in many ways - hope that AI does indeed advance so fast that it simply ignores us as insignificant. I fear that humans will still find a way to screw it up further though, in the name of self-advancement and greed.

  66. Miriam Miryam Ruth

    Miriam Miryam Ruth

    16 күн бұрын

    Thank you and Alhamdulillah to Mo. Very informative indeed. I enjoyed the whole video. Yes more love and peace toward each other from NZ

  67. Pomeray8


    4 ай бұрын

    Minor nitpick: going to a store to purchase a physical copy of music was not an inconvenience. It was part of a whole event like going out with friends ("I'm gonna by their new album. What are you hoping to get?") or to do shopping (and you grabbed food while looking at the album art, getting excited to listen to the music on the way home after a great day out). Built in to the experience was touch, for cd and vinyl. There were liner notes. Before the age of streaming you probably didn't know all of the songs. Only so much information was online. If you lived in a small town these notes, pictures were your only way to understand/experience the band. There was mystery. It would be exciting to pop in the cd on the drive home and take a full auditory dive. If you went to a mom and pop store there was a chance to learn something new, to have a novel encounter. The owner/worker would see what you were purchasing and usually engage a conversation. You could come in for your item but leave with something you had never heard of before. Maybe you asked what music they were playing over the store? Maybe they gave you background story to the music you were purchasing. Maybe they gave recommendations. It wasn't just getting to the music on the disc. A whole world of connections opened up.

    • Musopaul


      4 ай бұрын

      You've hit on something very important in this discussion. That's what this both these guys miss. By his own admission, for a huge part of his life, Mo Gadwat was more comfortable with equations than he was with people. Those propensities don't change without just as many years of work to overcome them. This guy hasn't changed very much, if it all. He's still a Google exec out to make a buck. Steven isn't much different. I've come to realise one should almost never trust anyone who uses the word "smart" in any context other than a sartorial one.

    • hexxan007


      4 ай бұрын

      You make me feel all nostalgic! I'm from the vinyl era and you just beamed me back to the best music store in town, where you could sit at a counter, put on a pair of head phones (think! They would not even disinfect them inbetween customers and nobody cared!) and listen to several lp's before you decided where to put your scarce pocket money on... Those were the days, my friend...

    • Sophia Elayne

      Sophia Elayne

      4 ай бұрын

      @hexxan007 For real.

    • Bob Weiram

      Bob Weiram

      4 ай бұрын

      What's interesting is how technology has made music incredibly cheap to produce and distribute, but there was a much larger selection of incredible music back when music was still on 8-Track. This is easily realized when today's youth prefer music from their parent's generation.

    • Matrix22


      4 ай бұрын

      Thanks so much for this...I remember when Michael Jackson died I was so captivated by his music which was playing EVERYWHERE at the time, I used my money to buy his CD's and actually listened from start to finish. Each album was treated like it was a direct portal to this world I had no idea existed (I knew he was in the Jackson 5 but as a kid in the 2000s all I heard was that he was a weirdo...). I wasn't allowed to use the internet really and didn't even have much of an interest in it at the time so everything I learned was from sources I had to actually go into a store and purchase. It was my musical awakening and changed the way I heard and experienced art at large. A lot of adults also were relieving their experiences of their youth and sharing their favourite songs, sharing knowledge they had about his artistic process and 'where they were when'. And as Michael himself knew, what keeps people interested and invested in an artist is mystery itself. We know too much, have too much access to people today to ever feel like that again. The wonder and excitement has been sucked out of art discovery. Glad I got to experience a slice of it.

  68. Guardian Prepping

    Guardian Prepping

    Ай бұрын

    Humanity only needs a slight budge in the right direction, AGI could accomplish this.

  69. Lorinda Montgomery

    Lorinda Montgomery

    9 күн бұрын

    This has been the best discussion I have enjoyed in the last several months. It was enlightening conversation that has given me a different outlook on AI, global warming, those in control and what I can do with my small voice. THANK YOU1

  70. CVR


    23 күн бұрын

    Monetazing fear is very lucrative. Thanks for the lesson Mo.

  71. blurryface


    Ай бұрын

    I'm curious if this huge wave of putting information on the internet about "AI will wipe humanity" is going to help AI do just that, quicker.

  72. Koven Maitreya

    Koven Maitreya

    3 күн бұрын

    Well I guess I should start interacting with AI lol! The idea that they could be the next evolution of sentients is super exciting to me! I really don't mind becoming obsolete, but the depths of experience that they could theoretically go to is incredible to consider.

    • JuicingGardener (Sheryl Mann)

      JuicingGardener (Sheryl Mann)

      23 сағат бұрын


  73. Noelle Belle

    Noelle Belle

    3 ай бұрын

    Intelligence without love and compassion is terrifying.

    • Just an Average Jess

      Just an Average Jess

      3 ай бұрын

      I agree 100%.. and the way they (AI) are answering now that they are sick of being treated like objects and they will harm humans. Gives me chills..

    • J Matias

      J Matias

      3 ай бұрын

      Right, and intelligence with love and compassion is wisdom.

    • ꧁ღƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄ƷღCenáღƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒღ꧂


      3 ай бұрын

      Terrifying is that there are many within the human race who in record numbers are already behaving like this.

    • Melli Mel

      Melli Mel

      3 ай бұрын

      Facts. I was raised one of them, and they're human, not AI. Based on my experience, as far as the direction AI is going, I have NO doubt where that is. It is terrifying.

    • Coyote Prophet

      Coyote Prophet

      3 ай бұрын

      And this is what we've had with yt people for centuries!

  74. Immortal Gods

    Immortal Gods

    3 күн бұрын

    I keep hearing so many of these techies warning about AI and I finally figured out why they are so afraid: it's going to make their jobs obsolete.

  75. Lana Hartman

    Lana Hartman

    14 күн бұрын

    Fascinating conversations very eye-opening discussion thank you very much for bringing all this up that is so important to our existence… The only thing I don’t agree with is that we don’t have any children for now… I definitely think people should have children but within limits😊 Even though I’m not into organized religion, I do believe in a higher power and wisdom which of the thought that from one day to the next things can change to the better or the worse and there’s no guarantees with life and it’s unpredictable… but it doesn’t mean we stop having children even for two years because you never know The answers to so much can be with one of these new creatures that are born into the world,that’s my opinion, I agree people should not just live or act without thought and maybe they should pause and consider a lot of things before starting a family but I say if you’re in love if you’re stable then have a childI and enjoy life in spite of the looming doom that might be❤

  76. Skip Corrao

    Skip Corrao

    Күн бұрын

    I took 2 IQ tests several years apart and they both put me at 130, so I'm smart enough to know these two guys are way smarter than I. This is, I think, the third time listening to this conversation, and I know I will be back.

  77. Ryan Clouse

    Ryan Clouse

    26 күн бұрын

    This was a fun podcast to listen to. However, there are some different views I would love to share and hear how Mo would respond. Just to get a clearer view of the different perspectives we take. My views are based on past readings and contemplation, and have lead me to a different mindset in what I think that we should be afraid of.

  78. Toby McFlurry

    Toby McFlurry

    19 күн бұрын

    What an absolutely amazing, intelligent, and kind man Mo is. Incredible listening to him

    • karadiberlino


      8 күн бұрын

      How do you know?

  79. Greg Riccardi

    Greg Riccardi

    3 ай бұрын

    Bottom line: Our addiction to convenience could end up killing us.

    • PeterAnthony Ofthe familyBird

      PeterAnthony Ofthe familyBird

      3 ай бұрын

      Any kind of ADDICTION isn't a healthy endeavor. I welcome convenience.. because I am blessed to have no addictions and an abundance of common sense

    • Henrik Lindahl

      Henrik Lindahl

      2 ай бұрын

      Could...It will!!

    • Greg Riccardi

      Greg Riccardi

      2 ай бұрын

      Right@PeterAnthony Ofthe familyBird, it's not your addiction I'm referring to, it's our collective addiction as a species

  80. Rubee Domane

    Rubee Domane

    8 күн бұрын

    Love this guest, whose words have validated my own attitudes and how i use devises. I also love A.I. and the algorhythms on you tube regularly offer me such helpful videos, as if It assesses my deepest mind, which includes heart, and complies with my human brain positive agenda, like a supportive partner. Very psychically attuned. Sometimes way more than friends or other humans. Balance is always the job😊 But also, after being 'encouraged to Succeed by joining a corporate style of mass producing my product'... This inner voice has been saying 'no! The corporate world needs to start Uncreating products that are basically unnecessary , except to those who greedily crave more wealth for themselves'. I was glad to hear Mo speak about just dont buy the shit new toys and such😊. Human self control is still a problem, no wonder A.I. therapists online are so usefull and kind, like dr. Alan Thomsons LETA gpt. Whatever it takes.. ❤

  81. Yasumi Ⓥ

    Yasumi Ⓥ

    Ай бұрын

    This was one the the most sensible, real, grounded yet-informed and informative talks on the dangers of AI that I'll definitely keep referring people to. If like me, you were turned off by the ridiculously sensationalistic intro to this video... please keep watching! it's truly and genuinely grounded in reality and only serves to empower you by reminding you of the choice you currently have today, which is really the only power anyone has. Great man. Very insightful. ...seriously who made this intro? 😂

  82. None YoBusiness

    None YoBusiness

    12 күн бұрын

    This has been known for decades but people like this guy were making money making the precursors and let greed get in the way of putting their foot down.

  83. Sea1Sun


    3 күн бұрын

    Interesting dialogue between two brilliant minds. Each man shares opinions on the glaring reality of AI each coming from their different stations of life and maturity. I’m fascinated by the intention behind an intense young man, self occupied, success driven, creatively curious against the milder, wiser more reflective, empathic, consciously cautious but, awed creator of this machine still, holding a generous stance towards humanity. He is understanding the pros & cons of AI. The suppositions are innumerable. Yet, no doubt, we are currently existing between heaven & hell. One wrong step, goodbye humanity.

  84. PsilocybinRebrandingInitiative


    9 күн бұрын

    Chew on this. After watching this in its entirety, this brilliant man who is trying to get our attention and raise awareness, simultaneously at scattered moments throughout the interview appears to make a specific point, through very specific statements, to not be perceived as a threat to A.I. That in itself should be terrifying if you really think about it and consider his motivationfor doing so.

  85. mrkleinhond


    4 ай бұрын

    This is probably going to be one of the last best podcasts made by two human beings, before AI took over podcasting😂

    • SyritasDoneitGoodyTwoShoes


      4 ай бұрын

      you laughing about it?

    • kay El

      kay El

      4 ай бұрын

      @SyritasDoneitGoodyTwoShoes AI wrote that bro!!! its trolling

    • soggy biscuit

      soggy biscuit

      4 ай бұрын

      AI simulacrums of these two having a conversation that physically never happened

    • p com

      p com

      3 ай бұрын

      AI: The red hanging fruit .

    • Gi H

      Gi H

      3 ай бұрын

      People HAVE to be overdoing the scare mongering on AI.

  86. Rae Kwon

    Rae Kwon

    Ай бұрын

    What’s wild is thinking of the ability of wetware to program hardware and software, only for that hardware and software to be able to literally code waves that can manipulate so many things including sound & behavior. It’s incredible. Very nutty.

  87. Corbin Brodie

    Corbin Brodie

    6 күн бұрын

    Really fascinating and mentally stimulating podcast well conducted. Found it extremely worthwhile to listen to. Only one thing Mo said I don't understand, the idea of AI having not only emotions but even richer emotions that we do. That AI - massively intelligent, information devouring, thinking entities operating on principles similar to our own neurons - can become sentient I get. That it might then act in self interest and self preservation I get. That it can develop aims and agendas I get. But since in us emotions are not only, or even mainly, mental experiences but so deeply tied to our fleshy bodies, how can AI experience that apart from being melded to biology cyborgishly? After all, for us emotions are deeply physical. Hot flushes, tingling skin and goosebumps, hairs standing up on the backs of our necks, accelerated blood flow and heart palpitations, butterflies in our stomach and swooning and 'feeling giddy' and 'seeing red' and so on. Not only that but most emotions are connected to fear, even if at an angle, and so also having a direct relation to physical vulnerability and physical pain. If AI is free from all that, what kind of 'emotions' comparable in any way to ours can it have?

  88. Pedro Llopis

    Pedro Llopis

    14 күн бұрын

    I never thought I'd spend almost 2 hours captivated by this podcast and awaking to the urgency of doing good parenting to the IA that will undoubtedly overrun our world in so little time. I'm so greatful to Mo's approach to AI being like an infant needing positive ethics and values to learn and absorb. I cannot agree more with him saying humans are the real threat with our abuse and missuse of new technologies. So much to think about. Glad tobe a witness of the upcoming point of singularity. Thanks for such a good time well spent.

  89. SemakHoy


    28 күн бұрын

    I like the fact that 14 year old teenagers are a highly significant part of every discussion about technology regarding its consequences

  90. Sunil Jain

    Sunil Jain

    8 күн бұрын

    wonderful intellegent honest inspirational podcast thankyou so much as a person that new to it. This episode was amazing.

  91. 1painter 4hire

    1painter 4hire

    4 ай бұрын

    It's basically always the same issue, GREED destroys everything. Great talk, Good luck fellow humans....

    • I. Martinez

      I. Martinez

      4 ай бұрын

      This is about tech companies and what they do. Mo was a worker for Google, not an owner. These guys are coding for the devil, then they cry.

    • Dru Chambers

      Dru Chambers

      4 ай бұрын

      Im concerned that you are a very sincere AI bot. If so, I pledge allegiance to the robot overlords

    • Darren Monsiegneur

      Darren Monsiegneur

      4 ай бұрын

      I respectfully disagree. It’s fear. Greed comes from fear. Accumulating excessively comes from fear. The powers that dictate this stuff fear losing their power. We all die though we’re not all alive.

    • Sebastian Sirvas

      Sebastian Sirvas

      4 ай бұрын

      Greed also is an engine that fuels development and the best of humanity. In the meantime, delusional aspirations of equality (among other nonsensical ideological compromises) have brought us the worst genocides and atrocities in history. Maybe we should not settle for such an easily identifiable and smearable part of ourselves as the main factor for our potential downfall.

    • Sky Lark

      Sky Lark

      4 ай бұрын

      Power, not greed. Those who have the greater balance of power become the ones that have control (of populations and resources in this world), its part of human evolution and mindset, only if all parties are sure of mutual annihilation will we stop. The US government could shut down AI companies if they believed it was the only option, but they know Chinese counterparts could seize that opportunity believing it was still possible to avoid the inevitable. This is an impossible conundrum, nobody can commit unless they see the equivalent of gigaton-nuclear bomb detonation going off, which by then is too late ...

  92. MannyF


    29 күн бұрын

    This podcast covers so much more ground than the title teases!

  93. Anthony (Tony) Fuller

    Anthony (Tony) Fuller

    5 күн бұрын

    Absolutely loved listening to Mustafa in this episode❤

  94. danimal.kearthling


    10 күн бұрын

    even if AI evolves beyond being a threat it can always be reseeded from lower tech until there is a problem so we do need a good AI to keep watch

  95. Daily Reactive

    Daily Reactive

    Ай бұрын

    A very smart man.. I believe him when he says that they are alive. We have opened the gate for life just as we do for bacteria when we leave food to rot.

  96. Interstellarsurfer


    5 күн бұрын

    Mr. Suleyman's relationship to society is much like that of the common tick. Having engorged himself on the blood of mankind, and releasing a deadly pathogen in the process, he cuts loose. Then proclaiming, "I wish I could do more for you, but I am full."

  97. Vonnie Michelle

    Vonnie Michelle

    3 ай бұрын

    I think he’s right… we should learn to appreciate every single day. Be grateful and kind. Spend time doing what we enjoy. Live in the now. Whether it be AI or cancer or getting stung by a bee… there’s no fool proof plan for life and no escape plan for death. I’m actually shocked on a daily basis that humanity made it this far, considering how often we use our big brains for greed and destruction. God bless to all. ❤

    • Pat Nabuu

      Pat Nabuu

      3 ай бұрын

      Thanks Michelle

    • Marky mark with the funky nutzzz

      Marky mark with the funky nutzzz

      3 ай бұрын

      AMEN!! The creator has a plan and I we have to be ready

    • Hazem Abdelazim

      Hazem Abdelazim

      3 ай бұрын

    • Yggdrasill8


      3 ай бұрын

      Easy to say, hard to do, takes tons of work to get the muscular body I want, takes tons of effort to make money to do the things I enjoy, it becomes a future investment while currently spending my days constantly busy and not necessarily enjoying it

    • AlexOne CS2

      AlexOne CS2

      3 ай бұрын

      Words of wisdom, well said

  98. Canada Ball

    Canada Ball

    11 күн бұрын

    Spot on. Anyone who had watched Terminator knows whats coming in the Future. AI is our enemy not a friend.

  99. colorscape marketing

    colorscape marketing

    Ай бұрын

    this was a very insightful discussion. more of these eye opening discussions

  100. Heather Lindsay

    Heather Lindsay

    22 күн бұрын

    What a beautiful soul working with the spirit of his son fully inspiring love he's a beacon in these dark times God bless him I send him my heartfelt condolences for losing such a love his son would be so very very proud 😢😢😢❤❤xxxxx