A debate between AI experts shows a battle over the technology’s future

Karen Hao in MIT Technology Review –
Since the 1950s, artificial intelligence has repeatedly overpromised and underdelivered.
While recent years have seen incredible leaps thanks to deep learning, AI today is still narrow: it’s fragile in the face of attacks, can’t generalize to adapt to changing environments, and is riddled with bias.
All these challenges make the technology difficult to trust and limit its potential to benefit society.

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