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Why A.I. assistants need to stay neutral

GUEST: With the release of Google Allo last week, we’ve officially entered the era of the assistant. Every company that owns a major tech platform is now betting that assistants will be an important interface in the post-mobile world.  You might think assistants today are trivial or stupid, and you wouldn’t be wrong. They often don’t […]
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