Isaac Asimov initially created the Three Laws of Robotics but later added a fourth, which takes precedence over the first three, so it's called the Zeroth Law;
"A robot may not harm humanity, or by inaction, allow humanity to come to harm.".
It takes little imagination to extend this rule beyond robots, to cover other manifestations of artificial intelligence.
My personal concern is that there are wise applications of A I, but there are also foolish applications for this synthetic form of thinking and learning.
I intend to do a series of short posts here with each focusing on on some current or still emerging application. I'm trying to identify the approaches that will help us humans become not just smarter- but wiser
We don't need synthetic stupidity.
We're already chin deep in the natural product.
So don't make waves.
A footnote --
The original Three Laws of Robotics; were;
Adam likes the company of small domestic animals and 82% of women. Enjoys long walks in the rain (in the Pacific Northwest, he'd better).