Artificial Intelligence

Will we ever agree to just one set of rules on the ethical development of artificial intelligence?

Everyone has their own idea on the ethical use of AI, but can we get a global consensus? Image: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Michael Guihot

Senior Lecturer in Law, Queensland University of Technology

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