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Talking Machines: AI safety and the legacy of Bletchley Park, with Nick Patterson

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29 February 2016



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In episode four of season two, we talk about some of the major issues in AI safety, (and how they’re not really that different from the questions we ask whenever we create a new tool.) We take a listener question about time series, and we talk with Nick Patterson of the Broad Institute about everything from ancient DNA to Alan Turing.



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