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European Commission: 'Attempting to regulate AI as portrayed in Hollywood movies is probably too far-fetched'

Business Insider Friday, 17 February 2017
European Commission: 'Attempting to regulate AI as portrayed in Hollywood movies is probably too far-fetched'Politicians should not attempt to regulate the kinds of artificial intelligence (AI) that are portrayed in Hollywood movies like "Ex Machina," according to the head of a technology-focused department at the European Commission.

Roberto Viola, director general of DG Connect, the European Commission department that regulates...
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