2024 predictions from artificial intelligence: “US and China tensions to rise”

2024 predictions from artificial intelligence: “US and China tensions to rise”

Artificial intelligence, which has taken the world by storm for the last year, was asked about its predictions for 2024. While the answers given by artificial intelligence aroused concern, it was stated that this technology could have abstract thought like a human in 2024. In addition, the artificial intelligence robot predicted that the tension between the US and China will continue to increase in 2024.

With the launch of ChatGPT in 2022, many AI chatbots like Bard, Bing and Claude have been introduced to users.

DailyMail asked AI to predict what might happen in 2024 and got very worrying results.

The article also stated that support was received from Bard, ChatGPT and Claude because they can use information in sync with the internet.


Claude predicted that the first AI models will start to show signs of “artificial general intelligence”.

In this way, the AI robot will be able to think abstractly like a human being. If this development takes place, it is estimated that it will cause major changes in human life.


Bard predicted that 2024 could see biotechnology breakthroughs that ‘improve’ the human race.

With chips implanted in the human brain, computers will be able to read minds.

Elon Musk’s Neuralink project for paralyzed patients is preparing to test this technology on volunteers next year.

In addition, an analysis by Foresight Factory this year found that more than a third of consumers would be happy to have such a chip implanted in their computer systems to make it easier to connect.


Personalized medicine, where treatments are tailored to an individual’s DNA, has the potential to change human life on a massive scale.

Bard predicted that artificial intelligence could power new breakthroughs in personalized medicine in the coming year.

AI will be able to analyze patient data and predict how they might respond to different treatments, helping doctors choose the most effective and least harmful options for each individual.


As the 2024 US presidential election approaches, artificial intelligence has predicted that malicious actors will try to use technology to undermine the election.

Bard warned that such attacks could include attacks on voting machines to undermine confidence in the results.

AI predicts that malicious actors could target voter registration databases, voting machines or election results reporting systems to disrupt the voting process, cast doubt on the results or manipulate the results.

It noted that the theft of sensitive voter data or campaign information could be used for blackmail, targeted disinformation campaigns or voter suppression tactics.

Bots and fake accounts could also be used to spread propaganda, reinforce certain narratives and silence dissenting voices.


Claude predicts that tensions between the US and China will continue to rise in 2024.

Tensions between China and Taiwan, which considers the democratically-ruled island its territory, have escalated over the past four years as China has sought to assert its sovereignty claims through political and military pressure.

Claude the AI said:

“Relations between China and the US and its Western allies have become increasingly strained in recent years due to several key factors

China sees Taiwan as a breakaway province that should be reunited with the mainland, by force if necessary.

However, Taiwan has become a diverse and democratic society with its own identity.

The US has historically supported Taiwan’s right to self-determination and has increased tensions with China by supplying arms for its defense.

If Taiwan takes steps towards formal independence in 2024, this could lead China to take a more aggressive stance and even military action.”

Gül Demirci

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