People, not computers, produce the real AI threat

People, not computers, produce the real AI threat


Despite the deluge of sensationalist headlines, it is unlikely you will die in an AI robot apocalypse. Death by a thousand e-papercuts, though, is not out of the question.

AI is not exactly new. If you define it simply as any heuristic algorithm that does a task normally (or previously) done by humans, AI dates back to at least the 1970s.

Classic examples include mail-sorting algorithms used by the post office. More recent ones with which you have been interacting for more than a decade include Google Maps and Amazon’s recommender system.

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Taking this non-novelty into consideration, it should seem far less impressive when a company boasts of its new AI-infused whatsit while making AI seem less scary and calls to regulate it broadly seem more clueless.

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