There Are No Killer Robots Yet — But Regulators Must Respond to AI in 2019

AI does not need a whole new set of rules. Better to simply adapt and reinforce existing ones

The Economist
Jan 2 · 4 min read
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Mention artificial intelligence (AI), and the term may bring to mind visions of rampaging killer robots, like those seen in the “Terminator” films, or worries about widespread job…

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