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AI reflections in 2019

Academic Journal article by Henry Shevlin, Kanta Dihal, Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh, Stephen Cave

AI reflections in 2019: Alexander S. Rich, Cynthia Rudin, David M. P. Jacoby, Robin Freeman, Oliver R. Wearn, Henry Shevlin, Kanta Dihal, Seán S. ÓhÉigeartaigh, James Butcher, Marco Lippi, Przemyslaw Palka, Paolo Torroni, Shannon Wongvibulsin, Edmon Begoli, Gisbert Schneider, Stephen Cave, Mona Sloane, Emmanuel Moss, Iyad Rahwan, Ken Goldberg, David Howard, Luciano Floridi & Jack Stilgoe. Nature Machine Intelligence volume 2, pages 2–9 (2020).

There is no shortage of opinions on the impact of artificial intelligence and deep learning. NMI invited authors of Comment and Perspective articles that they published in roughly the first half of 2019 to look back at the year and give their thoughts on how the issue they wrote about developed.

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