AI's Takeover Involves More Humanization Than Skeptics Anticipated

This isn't Hal 9000—machine learning is improving consumer experiences

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Today marks 50 years since the debut of Stanley Kubrick’s iconic film 2001: A Space Odyssey, which depicts supercomputer HAL 9000 communicating using words humans use, but to a negative end. Half a century later, the film is notable for its prediction of today’s “potentially dystopian impact of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.”