Technology is augmenting every aspect of humanity from health care to transportation to banking. Where is the fine balance between human and machine?
This line is increasingly blurry. We are relying on machines to do everything from drive our cars to diagnose illness. Artificial intelligence decides who gets parole, while nano-sized robots deliver medicine inside our bodies. Who decides what the robots decide?
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