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    When machines become sentient, we will have to consider them an intelligent life form

When machines become sentient, we will have to consider them an intelligent life form

As we approach the brave new world of human-level machine intelligence, we may need to reassess what it means to be human, writes Andrew Murray, Professor of Law at LSE. 

For most of us, our understanding of robots and artificial intelligence (AI) is drawn more from science fiction than from fact. Intelligent robots are often portrayed as either a virulent […]

Journalism and artificial intelligence: some notes

In preparation for his participation in a panel discussion hosted by Demos about the future of artificial intelligence, The Director of the Media Policy Project and the Director of the LSE Truth, Trust and Technology Commission, Professor Charlie Beckett, prepared the following notes. You can follow read more about the discussion by searching #futureofai on Twitter.

I think that AI […]