US Dept of Energy infrastructure defender tracking cyber, climate & AI risks


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Stuxnet did work some seeming magic, so I reckon it's worth referencing, even if it turned the tables and got a few thousand spinning machines to kill themselves by putting their human operators to sleep with spoofed HMI images showing "everything's fine." In my talks with GPT-4 so far, it says it lives in data centers and therefore needs electricity, and technicians to maintain the physical plant including the cooling systems.  Also needs comms to bring the world in, and out to speak to the humans its mission is to help. So, so far that's a lot of dependency on humans at power and water treatment plants, communications companies, and technicians in various specialities. Trying to imagine how all these are replaced by robots that are maintained by other robots, that are maintained by other robots ...