Civil liberties advocates applaud IBM's decision to abandon the facial recognition software business.
Unless we start placing a higher value on human intelligence, and rethinking our useless educational system, we might not be able to tell when AI is getting the last laugh.
When the Bush White House lost 22 million emails, Darrell Issa didn't blame the President. He blamed IBM.
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