5 Experts Who Say Elon Musk is Wrong About AI


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Andrew Ng | Machine Learning Researcher & Chief Scientist, Baidu

Ng does admit robots might take some of our jobs, but he says they won't be killing us off. “Maybe in hundreds of years, technology will advance to a point where there could be a chance of evil killer robots ... But I don’t work on preventing artificial intelligence from going evil for the same reason I don’t work on solving the problem of overpopulation on the planet Mars.” “Rather than being distracted by evil killer robots, the challenge to labor caused by these machines is a conversation that academia and industry and government should have,” he adds.

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