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This volume explores the latest thinking around the ethics and governance of Artificial Intelligence. Where will robots make the most useful impact in society? As computers become more adept at mimicking human behavior and problem solving, what issues will be solved or created by new forms of artifi...

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Corporate Author: Grey House Publishing, Inc. (Compiler)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Amenia, New York : Grey House Publishing, [2018]
Series:Reference shelf ; v. 90, no. 4.
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505 0 0 |t From myth to reality : artificial intelligence in history. Creating life : the dream of artificial intelligence ; The great A.I. awakening /  |r Gideon Lewis-Kraus, The New York Times Magazine, December 14, 2016 ; A short history of chatbots and artificial intelligence /  |r Nicolas Bayerque, VB, August 15, 2016 ; Hello, Sophia : inside the mechanical brain of the world's first robot citizen /  |r Dave Gershgorn, Quartz, November 12, 2017 ;  |t This is the world's first graphical AI interface /  |r Katherine Schwab, Co. Design, January 23, 2018 ;  |t AI winter isn't coming /  |r Will Knight, MIT Technology Review, December 7, 2016 ;  |t What is the Turing test? And are we all doomed now? /  |r Alex Hern, The Guardian, June 9, 2014 --  |t An uncertain future : artificial intelligence in the workplace.  |t The future of work ;  |t March of the machines /  |r The Economist, June 25, 2016 ;  |t How AI can improve how we work /  |r Sarah Green Carmichael, Harvard Business Review, April 17, 2018 ;  |t Will robots and AI take your job? The economic and political consequences of automation /  |r Darrell M. West, Brookings, April 18, 2018 ;  |t The IBrain is here : and it's already inside your phone /  |r Steven Levy, Wired, August 24, 2016 ;  |t AI and robots will destroy fewer jobs than previously feared, says new OECD report /  |r James Vincent, The Verge, April 3, 2018 ;  |t Tech companies should stop pretending AI won't destroy jobs /  |r Kai-Fu Lee, MIT Technology Review, February 21, 2018 --  |t War games : AI in the military.  |t Automated warfare ; Researchers to boycott South Korean University of AI weapons work / Andrea Shalal, Reuters, April 4, 2018 ;  |t Pentagon wants Silicon Valley's help on A.I. /  |r Cade Metz, The New York Times, March 18, 2018 ;  |t Google's AI is being used by US military drone programme /  |r Samuel Gibbs, The Guardian, March 7, 2018 ;  |t Google should not help the U.S. military build unaccountable AI systems /  |r Peter Eckersley and Cindy Cohn, Electronic Frontier Foundation, April 5, 2018 ;  |t AI could revolutionize war as much as nukes /  |r Tom Simonite, Wired, July 19, 2017 ;  |t "The business of war" : Google employees protest work for the Pentagon /  |r Scott Shane and Daisuke Wakabayashi, The New Tork Times, April 4, 2018 --  |t Robot overlords : robots and AI in fiction and American fears.  |t The technological Golem ;  |t Saudi Arabia's robot citizen is eroding human rights /  |r Robert Hart, Quartz, February 14, 2018 ;  |t A recent history of artificial intelligence in movies /  |r Andrew Lasane, Complex, March 3, 2015 ;  |t Artificial intelligence is our future : but will it save or destroy humanity? /  |r Patrick Caughill, Futurism, September 29, 2017 ;  |t Why an AI takeover may not be a bad thing /  |r Peter Holley, The Washington Post, February 23, 2018 /  |t Will Artificial intelligence take over the universe? /  |r Eugenio Culurciello, Medium, June 11, 2017 ;  |t Our fear of artificial intelligence /  |r Paul Ford, MIT Technology Review, February 11, 2015 --  |t Engineering evolution : AI and humanity's future.  |t Artificial intelligence and humanity ;  |t The A.I. "Gaydar" study and the real dangers of big data /  |r Alan Burdick, The New Yorker, September 15, 2017 /  |t Pushy AI bots nudge humans to change behavior /  |r Richard Conniff, Scientific American, May 17, 2017 ;  |t As AI makes more decisions, the nature of leadership will change /  |r Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Michael Wade, and Jennifer Jordan, Harvard Business Review, January 22, 2018 ;  |t How AI will redefine human intelligence /  |r Adrienne Lafrance, The Atlantic, April 11, 2017 --  |t Here are some of the ways experts think AI might screw with us in the next five years /  |r James Vincent, The Verge, February 20, 2018 ;  |t We need to talk about the power of AI to manipulate humans /  |r Liesl Yearsley, MIT Technology Review, June 5, 2017. 
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