There could be some dangers associated with artificial intelligence, but these dangers would likely not be very serious. For example, AI might develop malicious intent and try to hurt people or other creatures. However, this is unlikely to happen because most AI developers are trying to do good things for humanity. There could also be dangers associated with artificial general intelligence (AGI), which is a type of AI that can learn and act on its own. AGI poses a particularly worrying risk because it might be able to achieve superhuman abilities, including independent decision-making, knowledge retention and planning, and strategic thinking. If this happened, AGI would likely become very powerful and dangerous.
On the other hand, most AI researchers believe that AGI is still some way off and will not become a major threat for many years. There could also be dangers associated with the development and use of AI, but these are much less likely. For example, if people misuse or abuse AI technologies, this could cause problems. However, this is unlikely to happen because most AI researchers are trying to do good things for humanity.
As a result, most AI technologies are likely to be safe and beneficial. There is also a small chance that some unforeseen dangers could occur, but these are very rare.
Plus, people can always take precautions to avoid these dangers.
What's more, if any dangers do arise, people can engage in safety discussions and make sure that appropriate measures are taken to ensure their safety.