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AI brain drain to Google and pals threatens public sector's ability to moderate machine-learning bias

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Do AIs always act 'for the public good'?

I cannot help wondering if Skynet might not have had a secondary function of assisting to maintain public order, like Blue Thunder's (the film, not the helicopter) "Project Thor". It might have been built for the military, but Cyberdyne Systems was a private company...

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