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Hank Pellissier
#9: Should Politicians be Replaced by Artificial Intelligence? Interview with Mark Waser by Hank Pellissier

According to IEET readers, what were the most stimulating stories of 2015? This month we’re answering that question by posting a countdown of the top 30 articles published this year on our blog (out of more than 1,000), based on how many total hits each one received.

The following piece was first published here on June 12, 2015,  and is the #9 most viewed of the year.

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Marcelo Rinesi
The Balkanization of Things by Marcelo Rinesi

The smarter your stuff, the less you legally own it. And it won’t be long before, besides resisting you, things begin to quietly resist each other.

Vision > Bioculture > Staff > Advisory Board > Mark Waser > HealthLongevity > Hank Pellissier > Sociology > Innovation > Artificial Intelligence
Hank Pellissier
Should Politicians be Replaced by Artificial Intelligence? Interview with Mark Waser by Hank Pellissier

Robotic Machines with Artificial Intelligence might soon replace farm laborers, factory workers, fast food employees,  preschool teachers, airplane pilots, and car and truck drivers. 

Why? Because rational, focused machines are more efficient at these tasks; they’re cheaper to employ and less error-prone.

Should AI also replace politicians?