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AI is more powerful than ever. How do we hold it accountable?

"Trying to understand advanced AI is like trying to understand the inner workings of another person’s mind. Unlike a human, though, AI isn’t necessarily able to explain its internal processes to an outsider — unless we build in the capacity to do so," argue Mason Kortz and Finale Doshi-Velez in this piece from the Washington Post.

“We need programs that can not only think like humans but also explain their thoughts as a human could."

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