Reporter John Markoff and Microsoft Research head Peter Lee talk self-driving cars, robots taking …

Microsoft Research head Peter Lee, left, and New York Times science reporter John Markoff From self-driving cars to computers that can create new meals, artificial intelligence is only getting better. But what will an AI future really look like? New York Times science reporter John Markoff and global head of Microsoft Research Peter Lee discussed how robots and artificial intelligence are already in your everyday life.The panel, part of GeekWire Summit, touched on Hollywood depictions of artificial intelligence, the rise of digital personal assistants and robots acing the SAT. But they started off talking about their different views of self-driving cars. “If someone can send me a Google car in San Francisco in 2025 and it takes me to Palo Alto for dinner, I’m paying,” Markoff said. “Right now, the computer…


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