What if the weapons of AI were turned on itself?

Here artificial intelligence (AI) is under investigation by Detectives Machine Learning, Neural Networks and Federated Learning. Now we could get some answers!

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The problem with AI is you can't get it to talk and share its secrets.

What is it good for and which areas should algorithms stop meddling in? We need to bust this case wide open but it's got too big for humans to conduct on their own. They'd have to break the back of the problem using machine learning, neural networks and deep learning, then augment the findings with some human judgement. Don't worry about the bias involved when AI investigates itself. These algorithms don't have feelings. At least that's what people say.

The word on the Net is that algorithms are great for tracking the vast cultural deserts of information but not the lively, diverse ecosystems of context. Data is inert, context is alive. Where's the life, there's nuance, because another set of codes is influencing behaviours, in the shape of DNA, instinct and species memory – those are ingrained impulses nobody fully understands. Yet AI has identified that humans respond to the rule of three, so our study identifies this top trio of algorithm users to study: medicine (including pharmacology), the military and retail.

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