Why the Artificial intelligence act hardly alleviates concerns!

A short summary of my article below

Page 1  Within the first two paragraphs I introduce the provisional EU AI act and it's predominant issue not to include developments in the field of bio-engineering. I also hypothesize about these developments being a potential cause for the Fermi paradox.

Page 2  Within the following three paragraphs I explore the life science of bio-engineering, it's enormous future potential and also the enormous inherent risks for humanity involved with it.

Page 3  Finally, within the three concluding paragraphs I translate these risks into a abstract threat analysis and a potential frame of measures of prevention for the EU to follow. In the end run we'll have to pray or hope that this will be enough to stay firmly ahead of the suspected Fermi paradox.

Why the Artificial intelligence act hardly alleviates concerns
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