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Upgrade This film depicts a very plausible near future when drones oversee our lives (e.g. the police use them to fight crime) and common people possess self-driving cars. This is definitely one of the best science fiction movies I have ever watched in my entire life, and I have watched many, such as 2001, Blade Runner, or The Matrix. In fact, these are the ...


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Here is something I've noticed about humans: We're bad at projecting the future with all of its 2nd, 3rd ... N order effects, and we're REALLY bad a projecting and quantifying risk. So, I'm not sure that you'll get an answer that is anything more than either trivially true ("Chatbots will be commonplace") or a correct but wasn't justified ("We'...


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For good or bad, AI is the next step in automation. The impact which is already visible, and trends show will continue in the future, is the eradication of repetitive and body-straining labor. Hopefully, the transformation will be gradual enough for the global labor market to re-adjust, otherwise, we'll face a problem of growing unemployment. It seems to me ...


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We've already seen significant progress in fields that we could not even come close to prior to the explosion in AI research. For example, the automated identification of cancerous tumours in lung tissues could save countless lives, as a computer never tires and has no bias. Incredible advances in speech synthesis can allow people who lost or never had a ...


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The current version of the document Code of conduct for data-driven health and care technology provides more details about all principles, including principle number 7, which I will quote here. Consider how the introduction of AI will change relationships in health and care provision, and the implications of these changes for responsibility and liability. ...


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