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Counting What Counts

Counting What Counts

by Marcus Lim

Assistant Managing Director (Banking and Insurance), Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)

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In 1942, author Isaac Asimov laid out a set of rules intended to govern the choices of robots and avoid potentially catastrophic consequences of artificial intelligence proliferation.1 Numerous arguments have since been put forth as to why the Three Laws of Robotics are inadequate and Asimov’s subsequent short stories intentionally depicted robots in various situations where their application led to counterintuitive outcomes. ... (cont)

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