USC News: Artificial intelligence for a better tomorrow

August 21, 2016

A typical nightmare scenario goes something like this: Robots first replace autoworkers on the assembly line. Then they move into white- collar jobs, writing articles, drafting legal documents and reading X-rays. Finally, the robots, growing ever smarter through machine learning and Big Data, displace even the most highly trained workers. The result: Unemployment rates skyrocket and the economy craters.

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