Commentary: How much should AI concern us? We need real guidance, not vague alarmism

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Chicago Tribune

Recently, Geoffrey Hinton, the visionary expert who was at the heart of so much innovation in artificial intelligence and machine learning, left Google. In an interview with CNN, he said, “I’m just a scientist who suddenly realized that these things are getting smarter than us. I want to sort of blow the whistle and say we should worry seriously about trying to stop these things getting control over us.” Hinton has been called the “Godfather of AI” because he was one of the seminal figures in the 1980s who worked on techniques, such as backpropagation, that have been pivotal in creating today’…

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