AI experts weigh in on Microsoft CEO’s 10 new rules for artificial intelligence

Image: Microsoft “Now is the time for greater coordination and collaboration on AI,” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella wrote in a blog post for Slate on Tuesday. Like IBM, Google, Facebook, and other tech giants, Microsoft has jumped into AI full-force, releasing Azure Machine Learning, a cloud-based analytics tool, part of its Cortana Intelligence Suite, in 2015. It has also made mistakes, and recently sparked media attention with the release of Tay, a teenage chatbot that began uttering racist and sexist slurs on Twitter. In his Slate piece, Nadella urged a rethinking of AI—moving away from focusing on the benefits and harms of AI and towards thinking about collaboration between machines and humans, and “amplified” intelligence. “The beauty of machines and humans working in tandem gets lost in the discussion about…


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