Google paper consider ethical issues with advanced AI assistants

19/04/2024 | Axios

Google Deepmind has published a white paper focusing on the opportunities and risks posed by advanced artificial intelligence (AI) assistants. The paper concludes that the broad adoption of such technology is likely to raise several "profound ethical and societal questions" for users, developers and society as a whole.

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