Algorithms are more valued than empathy

Algorithms are more valued than empathy

The Financial Times

Sir, John Thornhill would be right about the creepiness of mapping human machine interactions if he had not overlooked fully half of the dilemma — humans becoming more like machines (“Neurohacking robots blur what it means to be human”, 11 July). It is arguably the greater threat. Robotic pedestrians staring at their smartphones is just the tip of the artificial iceberg.

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