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Eran reacts to a recent quote from AI Pioneer Geoff Hinton: “Deep learning is going to be able to do everything.” He points out that the limitations to “everything” won’t be the computational ability but the access to sufficient data. Kyle challenges whether the outcomes of ML decisions will be acceptable in life if they’re less intuitive (even if technically more optimal). The conversation broadens to the classic questions of distinctions between AIs and humans (feelings, emotions, empathy), and whether we’re headed to a future that freedom of choice is subjugated to the “superiority” of machine-learning-based decision making.

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