Can and will AI companies other R&D organizations self-police?

Elon Musk, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, IBM, and other leaders in AI development claim to support close examination of ethical, risk-related, and other factors affecting the public.

http://www.recode.net/2016/11/15/13639030/microsoft-elon-musk-nonprofit-open-ai-artificial-intelligence-robots?utm_campaign=recode.social&utm_medium=social&utm_content=recode&utm_source=facebook

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2 thoughts on “Can and will AI companies other R&D organizations self-police?

  1. No, AI companies absolutely will NOT self-regulate. As goes equally for human genetic engineering enterprises, science-based governmental agencies with heavy enforcement powers (where are you, Jack Bauer? In custody, in Moscow, I guess) will be needed to shut down a plethora of overt and covert rogue operations, I believe. — Best, PJW

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