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In the Race for AI Supremacy, China and the U.S. are Travelling on Entirely Different Tracks
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In the Race for AI Supremacy, China and the U.S. are Travelling on Entirely Different Tracks

Beijing set the goal of being the global AI leader by 2030, but that was before the emergence of ChatGPT.

AI Firms Must Be Held Responsible for Harm They Cause, 'Godfathers' Say
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AI Firms Must Be Held Responsible for Harm They Cause, 'Godfathers' Say

A group of experts said artificial intelligence companies must be held accountable for the damage their products cause.

'It's Already Way Beyond What Humans Can Do': Will AI Wipe Out Architects?
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'It's Already Way Beyond What Humans Can Do': Will AI Wipe Out Architects?

It's revolutionizing building – but could AI kill off an entire profession?

'A Certain Danger Lurks There': How the Inventor of the First Chatbot Turned Against AI
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'A Certain Danger Lurks There': How the Inventor of the First Chatbot Turned Against AI

Computer scientist Joseph Weizenbaum was there at the dawn of artificial intelligence – but he was also adamant that we must never confuse computers with humans...
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