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(verb) to keep something under control; to prevent something from getting worse
(adjective) extremely bad; causing great damage or suffering
(adjective) increasing or developing very quickly
(noun) an improvement or development
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The development of artificial intelligence carries extremely damaging risks.
On Wednesday, delegates from 28 countries, including the U.S. and Chine, agreed to work together to keep those risks under control.
Delegates from 28 nations, including the U.S. and China, agreed Wednesday to work together to contain the potentially “catastrophic” risks posed by galloping advances in artificial intelligence.
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