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Artificial intelligence: can humans and robots work together?


Oct 10, 2018 2:24 PM 4+ mon ago

SaveSave to myFT An audio version of the best of the Financial Times's Big Reads — in-depth reporting from FT correspondents around the world. Listen to longform stories that explore and explain key themes in world news, science and business. Produced by Anna Dedhar. Your browser does not support playing this file but you can still download the MP3 file to play locally. The nightmare of robots controlling the human race will not come true, says Richard Waters. The future of AI will see semi-autonomous systems rely on close cooperation with people, uniting machine learning and human judgement. But there are dangers in robots leading humans astray Get alerts on when a new story is published Get alerts Promoted Content Follow the topics in this podcastRead more.

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