Artificial Intelligence

These rules could save humanity from the threat of rogue AI

We urgently need an ethical framework to ensure the machines we are developing do not pose a threat Image: Image by Tumisu / Pixabay

Jason Si

Dean of Tencent Research Insitute, Tencent Holdings Limited

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