AI100 study says artificial intelligence will change our lives but won’t kill us

Experts say human intelligence and artificial intelligence are likely to work together in the decades ahead, and that will pose a challenge for governments and the legal system. (Credit: Christine Daniloff / MIT file)MoreA 100-year project conceived by Microsoft Research’s Eric Horvitz to trace the impacts of artificial intelligence has issued its first report: a 28,000-word analysis looking at how AI technologies will affect urban life in 2030.The bottom line? Put away those “Terminator” nightmares of a robot uprising, at least for the next 15 years – but get ready for technological disruptions that will make life a lot easier for many of us while forcing some of us out of our current jobs.That assessment comes from Stanford University’s One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence, or AI100, which is Horvitz’s brainchild. Horvitz, a Stanford…


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