How UCC mathematician paved the way for robots to replace us at work

James Titcomb Published 03/09/2015 | 02:30 The movie ‘Ex Machina’ explored the morality of AI. Within the space of a couple of decades, a robot may be writing this article. It will probably be delivering your post. And if it isn’t driving your car, you’ll need to get with the times. Share Go To In the last few years, artificial intelligence (AI) has moved from a pipedream, or the domain of science fiction, to a reality that will have a profound impact on our lives. Not only is AI certain to make millions of jobs that exist today obsolete, it will also force us to ask major questions, about privacy, laws and ethics. Last week, many of the world’s eminent computer scientists and mathematicians gathered at University College Cork to…


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