1 min readThe outcome of AI’s inability to understand meaning

The real problem with AI is not that they will become too smart and take over the world. The problem is that AI is too stupid, but it has already taken over the world.

In this article for The New York Times, Computer Science professor Melanie Mitchell talks about how over confidence in AI could lead to catastrophic results for our societies. Faced with the need to offer increased value to investors, AI developers are forced to commercialize and release AI tech into the world market which work “well enough” for narrow tasks. For Mitchell, this is a source of concern, as the lack of human-like understanding among machines makes it susceptible to unpredictable and undetectable attacks.

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