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The Unveiled Risk of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI)

  • 18:00
  • Thu
  • 16 Nov
Briefing Stage 4
Sponsored Session


Artificial general intelligence (AGI) is the concept of AI reaching a level of intelligence on par with or greater than that of humans. AGI has enormous potential benefits for humanity, but also poses great challenges and threats, especially for cyber security.

In this presentation, the speaker will explain what AGI is, why it is risky, and how we can mitigate those risks. The speaker will focus on the perspective of businesses, government organizations, and big enterprises, and present some of the possible scenarios and examples of how AGI could affect their security, privacy, reputation, operations, services, functions, market share, revenue, influence, laws, rules, standards, human capital, and culture.

The speaker will also share some of the possible strategies and best practices for ensuring the alignment, ethics, oversight, collaboration, and education of AGI.

The presentation will be informative, interesting, and engaging, and will invite the audience to participate in the discussion along with a Q&A session.