University of California, Berkeley Professor Stuart Russell talked about his book, Human Compatible: Artificial Intelligence and the Problem of Control, in which he opined about the potential threats artificial intelligence may pose to humans.
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Jessica Cussins Newman Program Lead and Research Fellow AI Security Initiative ->Center for Long Term Cybersecurity
Stuart Russell Author
Richard Waters Editor Financial Times->West Coast (U.S.)
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