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The Hidden Costs of Automated Thinking

Intellectual Debt abstract illustration

Jonathan Zittrain argues that overreliance on artificial intelligence may put us in intellectual debt.

“Much of the timely criticism of artificial intelligence has rightly focused on the ways in which it can go wrong: it can create or replicate bias; it can make mistakes; it can be put to evil ends,” Zittrain writes. “We should also worry, though, about what will happen when A.I. gets it right.”

Read more in The New Yorker

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