Artificial Intelligence

To live in harmony with AI we must create a modern Magna Carta

One of the few surviving copies of Magna Carta, Latin for "The Great Charter" written in 1217 on sheep skin is displayed at an exhibition in Hong Kong, China, November 10, 2015. The exhibition is part of a worldwide celebrations of its 800th anniversary, British Consulate in Hong Kong said. REUTERS/Bobby Yip - GF20000052667

How will we govern this brave new world of machine meritocracy? Image: REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Dr. Olaf Groth, Ph.D.
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