Taiwan president tells Pope Francis she supports his AI concerns

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TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has written to Pope Francis offering support for his concerns over the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and pledging deeper cooperation with the island’s sole European ally. Taipei has watched with concern as Pope Francis has moved to improve relations with China. The democratically governed island has formal ties with only 12 countries, largely due to Chinese pressure. The letter was sent in response to the pope’s World Day Of Peace message on Jan. 1, where he said algorithms must not be allowed to replace human values and warned of a “techn…

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