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Mosaic of Minds - Navigating the Coexistence of Artificial Intelligence and Humanity - cover

Mosaic of Minds - Navigating the Coexistence of Artificial Intelligence and Humanity

Songyee Yoon

Publisher: Advantage Media Group

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Forging a More Humane Future through Ethical AI CollaborationThe rapid development of AI is bringing revolutionary changes that raise complex ethical questions without clear solutions. As AI becomes an integral part of human society, how can we ensure it evolves responsibly and ethically? Songyee Yoon draws from conversations with pioneering AI experts to provide insight into building a framework for the coexistence of humans and machines. Exploring philosophical, educational, engineering, and societal perspectives, Mosaic of Minds offers thought-provoking discussions on AI's potential benefits and risks.This insightful book encourages collaborative efforts between diverse fields to develop AI that augments humanity, arguing that open communication and debate will reveal solutions hidden in differences. Ultimately, it makes a compelling case that by working together, we can create a new order where AI assists in solving humanity’s problems.
Available since: 05/07/2024.
Print length: 156 pages.

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