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- Sep 03, 2019

AI Hysteria Could Set The Technology Back By Decades

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

Most discussions about artificial intelligence (AI) are characterized by hyperbole and hysteria. Though some of the world’s most prominent and successful thinkers regularly forecast that AI will either solve all our problems or destroy us or our society, and the press frequently reports on how AI will threaten jobs and raise inequality, there’s actually very little evidence to support these ideas.

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