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The Terminator and the Washing Machine, A Look at Media Fears About Artificial Intelligence

“The Terminator and the Washing Machine” by Retro Report takes a look at media fears about artificial intelligence. It focuses primarily on the chess matches between grandmaster Garry Kasparov and the IBM supercomputer Deep Blue, but includes a history of robot fears and the current state of artificial intelligence.
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