Operations, Information & Technology
Michal Kosinski: AI Is Already Smarter Than We Are
In part two of a three part series, a data scientist explores how artificial intelligence developed a mind of its own.
Advanced artificial intelligence can piece together eerily accurate profiles of everybody ever on the internet. But according to Michal Kosinski, a professor at Stanford GSB, the problem now is that AI is becoming smarter than its programmers.
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