Novekedes, a leading Hungarian media portal, has published a review of Abishur Prakash’s book, “Go.AI (Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence).” Abishur’s book was recently translated into Hungarian by Pallas Athéné. Below is an excerpt of the review (translated from Hungarian). Read the full review here. And, purchase Abishur’s book in Hungarian and English.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will become so sophisticated in the future that its current level of development will be comparable to the art of cave dwellers thousands of years ago, says geovisionist Abishur Prakash. The central theme of his book is one of the least discussed areas of AI, its relationship to geopolitics, which can change the world’s balance of power, relations between countries, and challenge global organizations and institutions.
The author presents the possible geopolitical shaping effects of artificial intelligence by outlining several possible scenarios. This opens a new chapter in the history of geopolitical thinking, as the debates so far have been about a single topic, war. About whether artificial intelligence could break free and blast the next world war. However, if we look at the geopolitics of AI in this way, all other issues remain hidden, Abishur Prakash emphasizes.
Read the rest of the review here.