When people talk about LLMs being at its “Netscape Moment”, this is the thing that ponders me the most.
Tristan Harris, which I covered his early work, timewellspent.io, and Aza Raskin, discuss, quote, “how existing A.I. capabilities already pose catastrophic risks to a functional society, how A.I. companies are caught in a race to deploy as quickly as possible without adequate safety measures, and what it would mean to upgrade our institutions to a post-A.I. world.“
The Internet already died once, and it, and the remaining human creativity, may very well die again.