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At Stanford and Google, Fei-Fei Li is leading the development of artificial intelligence—and working to diversify the field.
An emerging trend in artificial intelligence is to get computers to detect how we’re feeling and respond accordingly. They might even help us develop more compassion for one another.
As robots become smart enough to detect our feelings and respond appropriately, they could have something like emotions of their own. But that won’t necessarily make them more like humans.
Mistaken extrapolations, limited imagination, and other common mistakes that distract us from thinking more productively about the future.
A time line of what happened when in the history of artificial intelligence.
Tabitha Goldstaub, a cofounder of CognitionX, which
helps companies deploy AI, says that diversifying the field
is necessary to make sure products actually work well.
Algorithms are making life-changing decisions like denying parole or granting loans. Cynthia Dwork, a computer scientist at Harvard, is developing ways of making sure the machines are operating fairly.
What to watch and read before the robots take over.
Tech policy scholar Andrea O’Sullivan says the U.S. needs to be careful not to hamstring innovation.