Putin was concerned about artificial intelligence. He destroyed it himself

Military, political and business leaders in Moscow have long understood the importance of controlling the information space to preserve power. The fear of “color revolutions” that could become popular on social media created it Moscow has redoubled its efforts to increase control in the region, but today it is clear that this is unlikely to happen.

Faced with both the nature of AI being created by provoking the war in Ukraine and the deep wounds it has inflicted on itself, Russia’s ability to take leadership in this field is rapidly diminishing.

Russian leaders were surprised by such dynamic growth of social media. After the outbreak of the so-called Twitter revolution in Chisinau, they clearly understood the extent of potential threats related to developing technology. – Protests organized in part on American social media while preventing the Moldovan Communist Party from winning the 2009 elections.

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