Microsoft Vice Chairman Brad Smith used critical words about the impact of artificial intelligence on people's lives. Smith emphasized that artificial intelligence can be weaponized and should be controlled by humans.

"I think every technology ever invented has the potential to be both a tool and a weapon. We need to ensure that artificial intelligence remains under human control. Any organization thinking about using AI to automate critical infrastructure, for example, needs to make sure that people are in control."

After ChatGPT gained popularity for its ability to generate human-like responses, tech leaders warned about the risks of artificial intelligence. Some time ago, CEOs of leading technology companies, including Elon Musk, warned that the rapid development of artificial intelligence should be prevented.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and many other tech leaders have also called for AI to shut down its education system to bypass OpenAI's latest model, GPT-4. They also called for a six-month pause in such advanced development.

Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI and owner of ChatGPT, as well as executives from Google's AI arm DeepMind and Microsoft, warned in May that AI posed a potential risk to human existence comparable to nuclear war, and emphasized the need to scale back AI to reduce the risk.

"That's why we have advocated for new laws and regulations that not only ensure that companies do the right thing, but also that security breaches don't occur," Smith said.

The growth of artificial intelligence has also raised concerns among workers that technology could replace their jobs.

According to a report by Goldman Sachs, AI could affect 300 million jobs worldwide. The investment banks said 25 to 50 percent of the workload in affected occupations could be replaced, with occupations requiring manual labor likely to be less affected.

The Microsoft executive pointed out that artificial intelligence is a tool to support human labor, not replace it.

Microsoft Executive Vice President Brad Smith added that AI is a tool that can help people think smarter and faster, but as with any other technology, there needs to be a process to make sure it works right first.