This paper is the first research report of the One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence (AI), based at Stanford University – a long-term research project dedicated to AI technologies and their effects on people, communities and society. High-caliber AI experts describe how recent innovations and likely developments will affect society by 2030. They also provide practical recommendations for AI-related policies. getAbstract believes that laypeople and expert readers alike will enjoy this meaty, but accessible report.
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The authors form the expert panel of the One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence.
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