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Microsoft plans to address the ethical issues of AI with new partnership

Microsoft is one of the co-founders of Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society, a new non-profit group that plans to help promote the use of AI products to the public. It will also address and form guidelines that may serve to solve some of the ethical questions in using AI. ...
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