Google’s principles for developing AI aren’t good enough

June 8, 2018 Tristan Greene


Google CEO Sundar Pichai yesterday published his company’s new rules governing the development of AI. Over the course of seven principles he lays out a broad (and useless) policy leaving more wiggle room than a pair of clown pants. If you tell the story of Google’s involvement in building AI for the US military backwards it makes perfect sense. In such a case, the tale would begin with the Mountain View company creating a policy for developing AI, and then it would use those principles to guide its actions. Unfortunately the reality is the company has been developing AI for…

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