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The perceived risk of artificial intelligence is linked to people’s location and profession, according to a new study, with those in the West typically much more concerned about the technology. In contrast, less than one in ten people in China say AI will be mostly harmful, and the majority believe

AI in the workplace is still frequently “ineffective, simplistic and opaque” according to analysis of hundreds of research reports across the last year. A report by Oxford University’s Internet Institute, titled AI @ Work [pdf] delves into the underlying causes, including a lack of transparency and the fact many AI

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Artificial Intelligence used in workplaces is frequently “ineffective, simplistic and opaque”, often making human workers’ jobs harder and relying on cheap human labour from the Global South to “automate” processes, according to a new study by British academics.  A study by the Oxford Internet Institute, AI @ Work [pdf], analysed