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Readers have lots of questions about AI – we answer them

Readers have lots of questions about AI – we answer them
Chatbots are fed hundreds of billions of words from millions of websites and other sources, including people, to train them in how to respond to inquiries. (Image: Depositphotos)
The Wall Street Journal
By Bart ZieglerArtificial intelligence seems to be everywhere these days. It’s going to have a profound effect on pretty much everything, the experts say.But many people still find the technology baffling.We asked readers what questions they have about artificial intelligence (AI). They had a lot of them. Many expressed confusion about its implications, its risks and the best way to harness it for good.Below are answers to some of their questions.I really do not understand AI and where it’s heading. Please explain what it is.AI is a...

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