Peter Cochrane: Why we should stop worrying and start engaging with AI

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Peter Cochrane: Why we should stop worrying, and start engaging with AI
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Peter Cochrane: Why we should stop worrying, and start engaging with AI

We need a generalised species of AI that is all-knowing, good at everything, and tuned to our individual limitations and fallibilities

My involvement with AI started in the 1980s at an R&D lab pushing the boundaries of the technology and tech driven change.  At the time, AI went hand-in-hand with artificial life, robotics, wearabl...

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