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How we can build AI to help humans, not hurt us / by Margaret Mitchell

By: Mitchell, Margaret.
Series: Ted Talks.Publisher: TED Talks, October 2017Description: 10 minutes.Subject(s): Information technology | Artificial intelligence | PsychologyOnline resources: Click here to watch Summary: Cautions against the biases and blind spots we subconsciously program into artificial intelligence. Argues that if we want AI to help humans, we need to define the goals and strategies to do that now, or we risk replicating human prejudices in technology.
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Cautions against the biases and blind spots we subconsciously program into artificial intelligence. Argues that if we want AI to help humans, we need to define the goals and strategies to do that now, or we risk replicating human prejudices in technology.

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