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Elon Musk predicts smarter-than-humans AI in 2 years. The CEO of China's Baidu says it's 10 years away

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Artificial General Intelligence More Than 10 Years Away, Says Baidu CEO

The CEO of Baidu, Robin Li, expressed that true artificial intelligence surpassing human intelligence, also known as artificial general intelligence (AGI), is unlikely within the next decade. While industry figures such as Elon Musk have predicted AGI could be available by 2026, Li believes it will take longer. He emphasized that current AI models are far from achieving human-level intelligence, and the path to achieving it remains uncertain. Li also called for accelerated AI development, expressing his concern that progress is too slow. Additionally, he emphasized the difference in AI development approaches between China and the US and pointed out the absence of an AI “killer app” with widespread user adoption.