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Steve Omohundro

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Physicist and computer scientist; founder of Palo Alto-based think tank Self-Aware Systems

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Artificial intelligence might be the death of humanity. That’s from no less an authority than Stephen Hawking, the world’s best-known physicist.

Artificial intelligence on the Loose!

Artificial intelligence might be the death of humanity. That’s from no less an authority than Stephen Hawking, the world’s best-known physicist.

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Artificial intelligence might be the death of humanity. That’s from no less an authority than Stephen Hawking, the world’s best-known physicist.

Artificial Intelligence: Is the Promise Worth the Peril?

Artificial intelligence might be the death of humanity. That’s from no less an authority than Stephen Hawking, the world’s best-known physicist.

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