AI Doesn’t Always Need To Be More Human
There’s no shortage of ethical, moral, and even legal debates raging right now over artificial intelligence’s mimicry of humanity. As technology advances, companies continue to push the boundaries with virtual assistants and conversational AI, striving in most cases to more closely approximate real-life person-to-person interactions. The implication is that “more human” is better.
But that’s not necessarily the case. READ MORE ON: VENTURE BEAT