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There’s No Such Thing As ‘Ethical A.I.’

Technologists believe the ethical challenges of A.I. can be solved with code, but the challenges are far more complex

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AArtificial intelligence should treat all people fairly, empower everyone, perform reliably and safely, be understandable, be secure and respect privacy, and have algorithmic accountability. It should be…




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