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Sept. 18, 2022, 9:23 p.m. | /u/evolution2015

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I just saw the title of an article, "Why super-smart AI will run out of our control". That is probably true, but the A.I. that most average people want is kind of like humans, but like one of those smart humans. By smart, I don't mean like Einstein or Newton, but you know, maybe like the smartest people at your work or in your school. Can't we create that kind of A.I? Is it difficult to target that kind of …

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