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Metaphorically: make it so depressed it commits suicide. As per my answer to this AI SE question, the idea is to feed it a sequence of inputs that will cause it to become (permanently) inactive. The technical details of how this might be achieved (and they are somewhat technical) can be found in this paper.


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If an AI is developed by humans, we surely can create another one! Develop another AI agent without all the possible bugs that can make it go rogue to tackle the rogue AI, but more technically advanced than the previous one. Hardwire it with the sole purpose of disabling any rogue AI agent that can harm humanity and have it self-destruct in case it is ...


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Nuke it from orbit - it's the only way to be sure If you want to be really sure you destroy everything of the AI, you'll need to launch an EMP (ElectroMagneticPulse) from the orbit (there are different ways to achieve this, one would be an atomic bomb, but there are better ones). EMPs will destroy every electronic device it hits without causing really much ...


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The world seems to be operating under the "law of maximum intelligence" (I made this up), which is that the species with the most intelligence get to realise its preferences the most strongly. Put another way, the more intelligent you are, the more the world takes the shape of what you want; and this happens through your actions upon the world. This is ...


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I don't like to be a killjoy, but this question seems premature (that's why it's hd the "mythology of AI" tag added to it). The kinds of emergent artificial general intelligence depicted in the movies you mention are in science fiction films because they are science fiction. Most AI researchers do not think they are likely to appear anytime soon. The ...


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I highly suggest you read Hannu Rajaneimi's Quantum Thief trilogy, William Gibson's Neuromancer trilogy, and Phillip K. Dick's Do Android's Dream of Electric Sheep, Isaac Asimov's I, Robot. It's a nuanced subject, and no one knows. The most credible scenarios I've found for the destruction of humanity by automata involves not high-intelligence, but very ...


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This seems to me like a virus situation. I'm not sure how modern DDOS attacks are resolved but similar strategy could be applied to this scenario.


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