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Fmr. Google CEO Eric Schmidt on the AI Revolution

Artificial Intelligence is here to stay. How it is being applied—and, perhaps more importantly, regulated—are now the crucial questions to ask. Walter Isaacson speaks with former Google CEO Eric Schmidt about A.I.’s impact on life, politics, and warfare, as well as what can be done to keep it under control.

Fmr. Google CEO Eric Schmidt on the AI Revolution

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