AI will empower, not replace, humans, says Microsoft

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AI will empower, not replace, humans, says Microsoft

Systems will reinvent productivity and business processes, according to Microsoft Cambridge lab director

Microsoft's approach to artificial intelligence (AI) is not trying to replace people with machines, but to empower humans to achieve more for themselves and for their businesses, according to Chris...

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