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Scientists warn of the dangers of artificial intelligence, but are not unanimous on the solutions

Computer scientists who helped build the foundation of today’s AI technology warn of its dangers, but that doesn’t mean they agree on what those dangers are or how to prevent them. After retiring from Google to speak more freely, Geoffrey Hinton, the so-called godfather of artificial intelligence, plans to air his concerns Wednesday at a conference at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has already expressed his regrets about his work and that he doubts the survival of humanity if machines become smarter than humans. AI pioneer Yoshua Bengio, co-winner…

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