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[Lifewire] Why Experts Say We Should Control AI, Now

If humans ever develop super-smart artificial intelligence, there may be no way to control it, scientists say. AI has long been touted as either a cure for all humanity’s problems or a Terminator-style apocalypse. So far, though, AI hasn’t come close to even human-level intelligence. But keeping a leash on advanced AI could be too complex a problem for humans if it’s ever developed, according to a recent paper published in the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research

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