The Risks of Artificial Intelligence to Security and the Future of Work

  title={The Risks of Artificial Intelligence to Security and the Future of Work},
  author={Osonde A. Osoba and William Welser},
Overview Future generations may look back at our time and identify it as one of intense change. In a few short decades, we have morphed from a machine-based society to an information-based society, and as this Information Age continues to mature, society has been forced to develop a new and intimate familiarity with data-driven and algorithmic systems. We use the term artificial agents to refer to devices and decisionmaking aids that rely on automated, datadriven, or algorithmic learning… 

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