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How to stop fearing black box AI and love the robot-ruled future

A winding thread throughout the entire “AI is going to rise up and destroy all humans” narrative is the terrifying concept of deep learning occurring in a black box. How do you provide oversight for a system you can’t understand? Just like any other tool, however, it’s not whether black box AI represents a danger or not, it’s how we choose to use it. The headlines declare this kind of AI untrustworthy, and tell us that experts seek to end its use in government.
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