AI will write this headline for me one day.
Technically, .AI is the country code TLD for Anguilla, a small British territory in the Caribbean. But if you’re one of the ~15,000 Anguillans hoping for a wide open namespace, we have some bad news — .AI shares a name with AI (artificial intelligence), perhaps the hottest of hot terms in tech. And as AI becomes more omnipresent, domains ending in .AI are only going to be more desirable. Even worse, once the machines start naming their own websites, .AI is bound to be a popular choice… unless the machines prefer dealing in straight IP addresses to confuse their human overlords. The future is scary.
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