Chartis: AI: A crashing wave, or a gradual flood…?

It seems like a day can’t go by without a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) story in the headlines. AI is learning to beat Go champions and drive cars. It’s making inroads into law, medicine and finance.

The impression is of an unstoppable tide, one that will crash over every area of life and technology with equal effect. This vision is reinforced by pundits who rarely deviate from the extremes of breathless utopian futurism or apocalyptic doom. But it seems misleading. AI is not magic. It is

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