We’re not at the Terminator/Skynet stage yet… but it’s definitely coming!— Kerri Crawford, Norton Rose Fulbright
Machines can learn… even when unsupervised.— Kerri Crawford, Norton Rose Fulbright
They have robot police in Dubai.— The Money Show listener
By 2029 robots will reach human levels of intelligence, according to futurist Ray Kurzweil.
He predicts that, by 2045, artificial intelligence (AI) will be so advanced that it’ll surpass humanity’s collective intelligence.
Crawford discussed the science of artificial intelligence as well as the legal and ethical risks it brings.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
Data is everything.— Kerri Crawford, Norton Rose Fulbright
I sort of don’t care that Google knows where I am…— Kerri Crawford, Norton Rose Fulbright
We have good electronic communications legislation.— Kerri Crawford, Norton Rose Fulbright
Who is responsible when things go wrong?— Kerri Crawford, Norton Rose Fulbright
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