Satya Nadella: AI will need a "set of design principles" to keep it in its place

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Microsoft CEO Nadella comes to London to pimp his book, Hit Refresh

Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft has warned that it's "up to us" whether artificial intelligence proves to be an aid to humanity - or ends up destroying it.  However, Nadella added that AI ne...

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