Artificial intelligence working group needed

Most artificial intelligence is actually not human-shaped robots or talking computers. The risk of artificial intelligence to jobs should be considered by a Government working group, a law firm and a business organisation say.  In a call to action paper, the Institute of Directors and law firm Chapman Tripp have highlighted the risks, opportunities and challenges that artificial intelligence presents. Institute chief executive Simon Arcus said artificial intelligence had the greatest potential to affect people’s jobs.”What we don’t want to have is a whole lot of efficiencies created by artificial intelligence that displaces people and leaves people with no jobs and no future.”READ MORE:* Google searches for a more Apple-like strategy* Samsung to make its own digital assistant after buying Siri maker* Artificial intelligence has mastered paintingRather, he said there was the opportunity to create new…

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