White House worries about bad A.I. coding

The White House is doing a lot more thinking about the arrival of automated decision-making — super-intelligent or otherwise.  

No one in government is yet screaming “Skynet,” but in two actions this week the concerns about our artificial intelligence future were sketched out.

The big risks of A.I. are well-known (a robot takeover), but the more immediate worries are about the subtle, or not-so-subtle, decisions made by badly coded and designed algorithms.

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