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“One of our challenges for the future is to describe to our markets and to our high-tech products what is it that we really want. In AI, there’s a common goal of maximizing expected utility. We’ve spent decades on the ‘expected’ and the ‘maximizing’ parts, but have taken the ‘utility’ as a given. Until the public has the power to say what it is it really wants, the markets will choose poorly.” – Peter Norvig, Director of Research, Google (2016)

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