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MUSTAFA SULEYMAN REMEMBERS THE epochal moment he grasped artificial intelligence's potential. It was 2016 - Paleolithic times by A.I. standards - and DeepMind, the company he had cofounded.

DeepMind was acquired by Google in 2014, had pitted its A.I. machine, AlphaGo, against a world champion of Go, the confoundingly difficult strategy game.

AlphaGo zipped through thousands of permutations, making fast work of the hapless human. Stunned, Mr. Suleyman realized the machine had ''seemingly superhuman insights,'' he says in his book on A.I. '' The Coming Wave.''

The result is no longer stunning - but the implications are. Little more than a year after OpenAI's ChatGPT software helped bring generative A.I. into the public consciousness, companies, investors and regulators are grappling with how to shape the very technology that is designed to outsmart them.

The exact risks of the technology are still being debated, and the companies that will lead it are yet to be determined. But one point of agreement : A.I. is transformative.

'' The level of information is very hard for people to imagine,'' said Vinod Khosla, founder of the Silicon Valley venture capital firm Khosla Ventures, which was one of the first investors in OpenAI. '' Pick an area, books, movies, music, products, oncology. It just doesn't stop.''

If 2023 was the year the world woke up to A.I., 2024 might be the year in which its legal and technical limits will be tested, and perhaps breached. The Times spoke with A.I. experts about the real-world effects of his shift and what to expect in 2024.

The flood of A.I. 2024 regulations in recent months is likely to come under scrutiny. That includes President Biden's executive order in October, which, if Congress ratifies, could compel companies to ensure that their A.I. systems cannot be used to make biological or nuclear weapons; embed watermarks on A.I. generated content, and disclose foreign clients to the government.

At the A.I. Safety Summit in Britain in November 28 countries, including China -though not Russia - agreed to collaborate to prevent '' catastrophic risks. '' And in marathon negotiations in December, the European Union drafted one of the world's first comprehensive attempts to limit the use of artificial intelligence, which among other provisions, restricts facial recognition and deep fakes and defines how businesses can use A.I.

The final text is due out in early 2024, and the block's 27 member countries hope to approve it before European Parliament elections in June.

With that, Europe might effectively create A.I. global rules, requiring any company that does business in its market of 450 million people to cooperate. '' It makes life tough for innovators,'' said Matt Clifford, who helped organize the A.I. summit in Britain. '' They have to think about complying with a very long list of things people in Brussels are worried about.''

There are plenty of concerns, including about A.I.'s potential to replace large numbers of jobs and to reinforce existing racial biases.

'' Need To Stay In Sync.'' : Mr. Clifford believes existing fraud and consumer protection laws make some portions of Europe's legislation, the A.I. Act, redundant. But the European Union's lead architect, Dragos Tudorache, said that Europe '' wasn't aiming to be global regulators,'' and that he maintained close dialogue with members of the U.S. Congress during the negotiations.

'' I am convinced that we have to stay in sync as much as possible,'' he said.

Governments have good reasons to address A.I. Even simple tools can serve dark purposes. '' The microphone enabled both the Nuremberg rallies and the Beatles,'' wrote Mr. Suleyman, who is now the chief executive of Inflection A.I., a start-up he co-founded in 2022 with Reid Hoffman, a co-founder of LinkedIn.

He fears that A.I. could become ''uncontained and uncontainable'' once it outsmarts humans. '' Homo technologies could end up being threatened by its own creation.''

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With most revered, loving and respectful dedication to the everlasting work and memory of one of the world's greatest thinkers, philosopher, and spiritual guide Dr. Allama Mohammed Iqbal.

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