Should we be frightened of AI?

Could computers ever replicate humans and take over the world? It’s unlikely, according to leading neuroscientist David Eagleman, largely because what it means to be human is constantly evolving. A hundred years from now, we could be growing babies in artificial wombs, and many cultural norms may be redundant. Humans are difficult to both replicate – and replace.


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