How to make sure that AI isn’t invasive and creepy

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AI doesn't have to be malevolent and terrifying, like the all-seeing Hal from 2001: A Space Odyssey. That's not inherent to the technology itself. But it could turn out that way if humans don't ask hard questions about data and usage to ensure there are clear, firm guardrails around how this technology is deployed. If we design AI in a thoughtful way, it could actually be crucial to protecting our privacy in the future. Read more here.

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