Thanassis Rikakis, Aisling Kelliher, Jia-Bin Huang, Hari Sundaram
Imagine a movie-trailer voice intoning, "In a world where AI has learned to partner with humans to peacefully advance society..." And then forget it! That movie, you see, is never getting made—no explosions, no antagonism, no killer robots. However, outside Hollywood, the co-adaptive development of humans and artificial intelligence (AI) may be worth a bit more consideration. There is little doubt at this point that the growth and maturation of AI will be a major influence on our economy and society overall. Significant work is underway both on advancing AI and on combining human and artificial intelligence to improve…
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