Microsoft CEO’s 10 Laws for AI (and humans, too)

Some may bristle at the concept of artificial intelligence, but it may already be too late to turn back the clock. We’ve been using crude versions of artificial intelligence for decades, from cruise control in our vehicles to automatic drying cycles in our laundry rooms.But interest in and expansion of AI are increasing, along with concerns about its implications. In a recent essay published on Slate, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella lays out his framework of responsibilities of AI for machines and for human, summarized as “Nadella’s 10 Laws of AI” by Geekwire. Related: Elon Musk and other tech titans just donated $1B for artificial intelligence research Nadella cited Isaac Asimov’s Three Rules of Robotics from the 1940s: “First, robots should never harm a human being through action or inaction. Second, they…

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