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Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak dismisses AI concerns raised by the likes of Stephen Hawking and Nick Bostrom (AAPL)

PayPal billionaire Elon Musk, Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates, and renowned scientist Stephen Hawking have called out artificial intelligence (AI) as one of the biggest threats to humanity's very existence. But Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak told Business Insider in an interview this week that he's not concerned about AI. At least, not anymore. He said he reversed his thinking on AI for several reasons.
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