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Robots have created a language, but there's no need for us to panic

The danger is not in the AI itself but in over-empowering the geeks who create it.

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The recent spat between Elon Musk (left) and Mark Zuckerberg about the future of AI made it clear that while the Tesla founder fears that AI could get out of control and become a danger to humans, the Facebook chief executive believes it'll only be a useful service enhancement.

FOR some, the idea of artificially intelligent bots that can invent languages of their own and not teach them to us, invokes images of Skynet from the Terminator movies. The recent spat between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg about the future of AI (artificial intelligence) made it clear that

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