The economic and social impact of Artificial intelligence

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EMYS, the EMotive headY System, is a robot able to move its head, eyes and eyelids to display a range of emotions including happiness, sadness and surprise and is on display as part of "Robot Revolution" at the Museum of Science and Industry. (Phil Velasquez / Chicago Tribune)

Professor and Chair of Business and Information Technology at Missouri University of Science and Technology: Keng Siau, explains how Robots may become danger to humans in a financial as well as psychical sense.

 

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