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If You Don't Trust A.I. Yet, You're Not Wrong


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If You Don't Trust A.I. Yet, You're Not Wrong

The rise of AI requires a more coordinated nationwide response, guided by first principles that clearly identify the threats posed by substandard or unproven.

Real technological advance in artificial intelligence (AI) depends on respect for fundamental rights, ensuring safety, and banning particularly treacherous uses.

The E.U. is now laying the intellectual foundations for such protections, in a wide spectrum of areas where advanced computation is now (or will be) deployed to make life-or-death decisions about the allocation of public assistance services, the targets of policing, and the cost of credit. While its regulation will never be adopted verbatim by the U.S., there is much to learn from its comprehensive approach.

From The New York Times
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