Microsoft cuts ethical AI team

After integrating AI across its operations

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Microsoft, which is investing heavily in generative AI software for Bing and Windows 11, has allegedly terminated its entire team responsible for ensuring ethical and sustainable results in AI development.

The move is part of recent layoffs that affected 10,000 employees worldwide. The termination of the Ethics and Society (E&S) team means Microsoft no longer has a specialised group dedicated to e...

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