Three AI Ethics Questions That Soon Will Need Real Answers

In 1950, Alan Turing first proposed a means to determine if a machine had developed the ability to think independently, giving rise to the concept that we now recognize as artificial intelligence (AI). Almost immediately afterward, researchers, journalists, and politicians began to ponder the implications of such a technology, wondering what sort of ethical constructs would be necessary to regulate it.

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