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  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): When Humans and Machines Might Have to Coexist

    Andreas Kaplan

    Chapter from the book: Verdegem, P. 2021. AI for Everyone?: Critical Perspectives.


    This chapter looks at artificial intelligence, its history, and its evolutionary stages. Furthermore, what challenges might arise in the future when humans will have to learn to live among machines and robots are discussed. This will be undertaken by analyzing challenges concerning algorithms and organisations, challenges with respect to (un)employment, and looking at democracy and freedom potentially jeopardised due to the progress of AI.

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    Kaplan, A. 2021. Artificial Intelligence (AI): When Humans and Machines Might Have to Coexist. In: Verdegem, P (ed.), AI for Everyone?. London: University of Westminster Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.16997/book55.b

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    Published on Sept. 20, 2021