Rutland columnist Allan Grey explores artificial intelligence

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Stamford Mercury

A lot of column inches have been expended recently on yet another threat to our earthly existence, artificial intelligence, or AI for those who get off on acronyms, writes Rutland columnist Allan Grey. It appears that we are creating a technology that may well become so intelligent in the future that it decides it no longer needs us humans, and if we don’t switch these machines off at the wall socket, pull the plug and remove the fuse sometime soon, it may be too late. In the shorter term the use of artificial intelligence is being driven by many businesses intent on improving their productivi…

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