Artificial intelligence leads political party in Denmark
An artificial intelligence has led a political party in Denmark, Oddity Central reported.
The party, called Synthetic, was founded in May by a collective of artists. The party is led by an AI programmed into the politics of every Danish party since the 1970s, which has never won a seat in parliament.
The synthetic party, proposes a universal basic income of $13,700 a month and the creation of a joint internet and IT sector in government that is as good as other government institutions, all decisions of an artificial intelligence named Leader Lars.
True, the party currently has only 11 signatures out of the 20,000 required to run in the November election, so it probably won't qualify.