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    The Implications of Artificial Intelligence

    Looking ahead to the future of artificial intelligence can be pretty daunting. As technologists continue to experiment in AI, there are profound philosophical and ethical questions that must be explored. But how can we change our outlook on AI from one of fear to one of hope? Discover how some of the leading minds working in AI today are fostering a world in which such technology is not a threat to humanity, but a benefit.

    Alexander Reben
    Artist & Roboticist
    Ayanna Howard
    Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
    Ben Johnson
    Host, “Marketplace Tech” & “Codebreaker”
    Adam Waytz
    Professor, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

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    The Implications of Artificial Intelligence

    As artificial intelligence continues to become more of a reality, what's at stake for humanity?

    Ben Johnson
    Host, “Marketplace Tech” & “Codebreaker”
    Adam Waytz
    Professor, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
    Alexander Reben
    Artist & Roboticist
    Ayanna Howard
    Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

    Looking ahead to the future of artificial intelligence can be pretty daunting. Siri and self-driving cars are only the beginning of a new phase of innovation that promises to fundamentally change the world as we know it. As technologists continue to experiment in artificial intelligence, what are the philosophical and ethical questions that must be explored? Will there come a day when humans cease to be necessary? What are the moral implications that come with working alongside robots?