It’s Elementary. The Problem With Artificial Intelligence Agents

Posted April 29th, 2016 at 11:55 am (UTC-4) A man takes pictures with humanoid robot Jiajia, produced by the University of Science and Technology of China, at Jiajia’s launch event in Hefei, Anhui province, April 15, 2016. Jiajia can converse with humans and imitate facial expressions, among other features.  (Reuters/China Stringer Network) The rapid advance of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies could change the landscape in health, education and social interaction. But it is also a cause for concern in the absence of safety regulations or a code of ethics to govern the use of humanoids. They are already on the job – AI helpers in factories, hotels, shopping malls, in self-driving cars, and at home conversing with children or helping the elderly. More will appear online to engage social media…


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