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Human Expertise in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

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Distinguished academic and bestselling author Frank Pasquale pays a virtual visit to Cambridge to share his thoughts on trust in the public sphere in an era of AI-generated language. His talk will cover issues such as Google Duplex and political bots, and also address the unease infusing the academic disciplines of Law and Philosophy, now that the latest incarnations of AI (such as GPT -3 by OpenAI) are exhibiting genuinely human-equivalent speech performance characteristics. How close are we to a human-like, highly sophisticated artificial general intelligence (AGI)?

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