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Can we force AIs to be fair toward people?
Artificial intelligence (AI), it seems, can figure out how to do just about anything. It can simulate the universe, learn to solve a Rubik's Cube with just one hand, and even find ghosts hidden in our past.
AI making literary leaps; now we need rules to catch up
By John Naughton*
Pentagon's draft AI ethics guidelines fight bias, rogue machines
Tech companies might have trouble establishing groundwork for the ethical use of artificial intelligence (AI), but the US Defense Department appears to be moving forward.
This AI helps Kenyan farmers know when to plant crops
By Andrew Wight*
Elon Musk says AI will make jobs irrelevant
Elon Musk may be one of the biggest names in tech, but his views on how artificial intelligence (AI) will affect jobs aren't so rosy.
Machine-meshed superhumans remain stuff of fantasy
A bold vision by tech entrepreneur Elon Musk to mesh human brains with artificial intelligence (AI) remains more science fiction than reality.
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