Cambridge has opened a £10 million research facility to study the impact of AI on humanity

Cambridge. Wikipedia/Public Doman The University of Cambridge has opened a £10 million research centre to explore the impact of artificial intelligence, Wired reports. The Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence — first announced last December and funded with a research grant from the Leverhulme Trust — will study the impacts of this “potentially epoch-making technological development, both short and long term.” The centre’s new website details a list of projects that its researchers will look at. Projects include: Science, value, and the future of intelligence Policy and responsible innovation The value alignment problem Kinds of intelligence Autonomous weapons — prospects for regulation AI: Agents and persons The centre also writes on its website that its aim is to build a new interdisciplinary community of researchers, with strong links to…


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