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"An international AI mission focused on teaching machines to read could genuinely change the world for the better — the more so if it made AI a public good, rather than the property of a privileged few."

July 31, 2017

Gary Marcus, a professor of psychology at New York University and former director of Uber’s AI lab, thinks that we need new ways to fund machine learning.

An international AI mission focused on teaching machines to read could genuinely change the world for the better — the more so if it made AI a public good, rather than the property of a privileged few.

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