This is from a news article.

A common sci-fi fear that Altman doesn't share: AI models that don't need humans, that make their own decisions and plot world domination.

"It waits for someone to give it an input," Altman said. "This is a tool that is very much in human control."

However, he said he does fear which humans could be in control. "There will be other people who don't put some of the safety limits that we put on," he added. "Society, I think, has a limited amount of time to figure out how to react to that, how to regulate that, how to handle it."

I think "which" in bold should be replaced with a conjunction "that".

Am I wrong?

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    No, it doesn't. "What he is worried about is [the question of] which human beings could be in control" - it might be ones who use AI irresponsibly. Mar 17 at 13:22
  • @KateBunting Thank you very much.
    – ellse
    Mar 17 at 13:25

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No, which doesn't mean that here.

He is concerned about the question "Which humans could be in control?", and fears some of the possible answers.

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