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AI will never be able to think like a human, and that’s okay.

We shouldn’t get mad at AI when it doesn’t do what we want it to do. We should instead think about how it can help and support people.

AI will never be able to think like a human, and that’s okay.
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Since the beginning of the pandemic, developers of artificial intelligence (AI) have used hundreds of machine learning tools to help…

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