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  • People want disclosure when talking to Google's AI
  • People want disclosure when talking to Google's AI
    Annie Spratt (2018) ©
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People want disclosure when talking to Google's AI

The rise of more human-like AI has brought on fears around its possible misuses and threats. Following critiques of its new AI innovation, Google has reassured people that its controversially realistic AI voice system, Duplex, will declare itself to humans as an artificial intelligence.

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