Demis Hassabis of Google’s Deep Mind on AI: Three things he said about Siri-like smart assistants …

A future with AI awaits (Source: Getty) Demis Hassabis, founder of the British artificial intelligence company Deep Mind which was snapped up by Google for millions, has spoken about the implications of a future with AI, from healthcare to smart assistants – but warned misusing the technology could do harm. Speaking in a rare interview with the BBC, he addressed warnings made by other major entrepreneurs and scientists, who have spoken out about a robot-filled future which could end up being rather bad for humans. Here’s what he said. 1. On Siri-like smart assistants “Search doesn’t really understand your intent, or the semantics of what it is you’re trying to do, so at a certain level it’s limited in how much it can tell you.” “What we dream of is ultimately,…


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