AI Thinks Like a Corporation — and That’s Worrying

Artificial intelligence was born of organisational decision-making and state power; it needs human ethics, says Jonnie Penn of the University of Cambridge.

The Economist
Nov 26, 2018 · 8 min read
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By Jonnie Penn

Artificial intelligence is everywhere but it is considered in a wholly…

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