Even when they are occasionally wrong. What policy to apply? Current experience is that humans raise the bar much higher for computers than for other humans.
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We might miss out on better living standards if we blindly continue this way. On the other side, human dignity needs to be protected too. A big brother taking decisions for citizens is a very unattractive vision. Finding the right balance is a task for us, people living in this day and age. It is upon our generation to determine how to use these new technologies for the good and define the right policies for it.
A great challenge. At least, I know one thing. It is not on me to judge what is fair and what not.
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