Mistakes are not the same thing as fraud, and humans do a better job of determining that than algorithms.
If ever there was a technology that should be monitored and regulated with an eye towards ethics and safety, this is it. Preferably BEFORE they sex robots become widely available.
The author of "How To Do Nothing" has advice... (open thread)
Are we supposed to trust Elon Musk with implanting chips into our brains?
A 3D printed house costs around $4000 to manufacture. (open thread)
Drones are likely to deliver a lot more than packages - namely noise pollution and annoyance.
Even governments in democracies with strong traditions of rule of law find themselves tempted to abuse these new abilities.
AI is a powerful tool if kept in the right hands, but what happens when (not if) it falls into the wrong hands? And would we even know that we are looking at AI news and not real news?
Fox News, Outnumbered, May 2, 2016.
A video shows how a far-away dad gets to be "there" for the birth of his third son.
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