AI, security, and the future are commonly discussed in science fictions and entertainment works. Detroit: Become Human, Sony’s recent PlayStation 4 adventure game which leads players to discover AI’s relationship with humanity and consciousness, has received positive feedback from both critics and players. But tech companies are not usually seen discussing the issue, as most consider the topic distant from reality.

Nevertheless, Cheetah Mobile, China’s mobile internet company known for apps and security technology, believes that a consensus on human’s intention in AI needs to be reached as early as possible.

On September 19, Fu Sheng, CEO of Cheetah Mobile, invited Professor Max Tegmark, Professor of Physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and author of book Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, to the company’s headquarter in Beijing, for a short discussion.

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Runhua Zhao

Runhua Zhao is a technology reporter based in Beijing. Connect with her via email: runhuazhao@technode.com