Why AI’s future is risky (but not scary)

No, bowing to our robot overloads isn’t imminent. But that doesn’t mean artificial intelligence comes without risks, some experts say. The future of AI means designing systems as “human-and-machine” systems, according to one expert. (Pixabay) The 2015 NFL season kicked off Thursday with the Pittsburgh Steelers playing the New England Patriots. In the week that follows, a team of coaches for both sides will study game tape, breaking down who played well and who didn’t, tweaking their strategy for the next game. But imagine a system where game tape assessment is reduced to an algorithm. Coaches no longer spend hours pouring over game tape, and players are given reports within 24 hours of completing a game. Starting lineups are determined as an aggregate of these algorithms, freeing up time for…


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