Artificial intelligence has created a giant buzz in the tech sector with the likes of chatbots like ChatGPT, but last month, an open letter was signed by tech billionaire Elon Musk, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, and many other experts and researchers saying we should pause A.I. innovation for 6 months. Their worry comes on the heels of already growing concerns that artificial intelligence poses risks to our society, economy, and government without proper regulations. Director of Tech Policy at the Heritage Foundation, Kara Frederick, joins the podcast to discuss the dangers of going too slow or too fast when developing A.I. and the worst-case scenario of artificial intelligence being corrupted. Later, she explains how A.I. technology like ChatGPT works and how it can be used for good.
From spy balloons to TikTok, China’s apparent infiltration of the United States has been top of mind for Americans in the past several months. On Monday, two men were arrested in New York City for allegedly acting as agents of China’s government and running a secret police station. Supposedly, the New York station isn’t an isolated case, as a report suggests up to six more may be operating inside the US. China expert Gordon Chang joins the Rundown to discuss how the Chinese Communist Party uses intimidation to blackmail its citizens into leaving America, why the United States must become less reliant on China for manufacturing, and the possibility of armed conflict in the near future.
Plus, commentary by Fox Nation host Tammy Bruce.