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    • Putin seems unconvinced AI won’t ‘eat us’   Vladimir Putin may secretly be on the side of Elon Musk in their indirect debate over the threat posed by artificial intelligence (AI). As Arkady Volozh, the head of Yandex, pitched him on the technology’s potential, the Russian president inquired about when AI ‘will eat us’. The question seemed to baffle the head of Russia’s biggest tech firm, who was giving Putin a tour on the company’s Moscow HQ on Thursday. “I hope never”, he replied after taking a pause to gather his thoughts. “It’s not the first machine to be better than humans at something. An excavator digs better than we do with a shovel. But we don’t get eaten by excavators. A car moves faster than we do…” Read more Global race for AI will ‘most likely cause’ WWIII as computers launch 1st strike – Musk But Putin seemed unconvinced. “They don’t think,” he remarked. Volozh acknowledged that it was true and scrambled back to his speech on AI’s merits. https://www.rt.com/news/404133-putin-ai-eat-humans/
    • North Korea may detonate nuclear bomb in Pacific, foreign minister tells reporters Sept. 21, 2017         Leslie Shaffer "North Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs Ri Yong Ho said that his country may consider a test of a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean, according to a report from South Korea's official news agency Yonhap North Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs Ri Yong Ho said that his country may consider a test of a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean, according to a report from South Korea's official news agency Yonhap. Ri said the potential test of "the most powerful detonation of an H-bomb" would be one possible "highest-level" action against the U.S., according to the report. He added that he didn't know what actions would be ordered by Kim Jong-un, Yonhap reported. Ri's threat is significant because such a detonation would move North Korea's nuclear weapons activities beyond its borders for the first time. Japan, for example, lies between North Korea and the Pacific Ocean. The communist dictatorship's previous nuclear tests have taken place in its isolated mountains. Hydrogen bombs are more powerful by an order of magnitude than the atomic bombs that North Korea tested in previous years. The country claims that an atomic test it carried out early this month was an H-bomb." snip https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/21/north-korea-foreign-minister-says-may-detonate-nuclear-bomb-in-pacific-reports-south-korean-news-agency.html   South Korea approves $8 million aid for the North even as Kim and Trump trade threats Sept. 21, 2017     Nyshka Chandran "South Korea approved an $8 million aid package to Pyongyang on Thursday
      Coming amid international efforts to pressure the North, the move could be challenging for Washington and Tokyo, who advocate a tougher stance on Kim Jong Un's provocations South Korea on Thursday approved $8 million worth of humanitarian aid for Pyongyang in a move likely to muddle international efforts aimed at isolating the nuclear-armed state. The package will include $4.5 million in nutritional products for children and pregnant women through the World Food Program in addition to $3.5 million worth of vaccines and medicinal treatments via UNICEF. The timing of the delivery has yet to be confirmed." snip https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/22/south-koreas-approach-to-north-could-challenge-us-japan.html      
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