At a briefing by IBM on its joint project with MIT to build a better AI, it struck me that some of the training concepts could improve the quality of political decisions to shift attention more to fixing problems rather than using them as weapons against opponents. I’m not talking about using artificial intelligence systems directly. I’m suggesting that we apply methods similar to those we now are considering for building and training them in order to make decisions that would fix major problems instead of just arguing about them forever.
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