This website supports our manifesto for a safer future. Our manifesto is, first of all, a book in development. About 80% of the book is ready. We have put the concept online on this site. We hope you read and enjoy it. We hope even more it will make you start thinking about our future and what we can do together to create a better society.

In case you find mistakes in our book, or you have suggestions for improvement, please leave a not at our forum. You may also email us at
ai-society@protonmail.com.

This website supports our manifesto for a safer future. Our manifesto is, first of all, a book in development. About 80% of the book is ready. We have put the concept online on this site. We hope you read and enjoy it. We hope even more it will make you start thinking about our future and what we can do together to create a better society.

In case you find mistakes in our book, or you have suggestions for improvement, please leave a not at our forum. You may also email us at
ai-society@protonmail.com.

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An increasing number of people, including leading scientists, politicians and business people are concerned about the growing influence of Artificial Intelligence with the worrying possibility that Artificial Intelligence takes over control of human beings and might subsequently decide to either end the human race or retain it in a form where humanity has lost control over itself.

The fear in the above scenario is justified. So far nobody has found a convincing solution for this problem. Both developers and outsiders often search for the solution inside the Artificial Machine itself. But a solution can be found by looking at the way Artificial Intelligence interacts with our society in the past, present and near future.

Cartoons

To make our book a bit easier to digest, we have added some cartoons. This cartoon is showing the difference between a monopoly market and a free market. Unfortunately more and more markets look today more like a monopoly or oligopoly. This is great for profits and stock market valuations. But it is difficult for new innovative companies and needlessly expensive for consumers.
To make our book a bit easier to digest, we have added some cartoons. This cartoon is showing the difference between a monopoly market and a free market. Unfortunately more and more markets look today more like a monopoly or oligopoly. This is great for profits and stock market valuations. But it is difficult for new innovative companies and needlessly expensive for consumers.

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Authors

Remy Van Nieuwenhoven

Remy van Nieuwenhoven is a Dutch businessman. After years of thinking about the problems that Artificial Intelligence can create for our society, he started to develop solutions for our future issues. In 2018 he summarized his ideas in the book Taming the AI Beast, a Manifesto to Save our Future.

David Kakusz

The cartoons in the book and on this website are the creation of the talented artist David Kakusz from Romania. David got his first creative inspirations from the tales of Tolkien.

The negative side of AI is abstract, complicated sometimes even a bit depressing. But David has the talent to visualize the essence of a complex problem in a simple cartoon, and sometimes a bit of humor.

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