“I can’t wait for the day robots rule.”

Robots as political leaders

#Politics

Tue, Jan 16th, 2018 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Albeit AI is accused of widening the wealth gap, shutting down colleges and universities, and an overall bleak future for normies, it also offers the possibility of a perfect leader that won't be corrupted or cause any political gaffe.

Jack Ma Yun, chief executive of Alibaba Group (which owns the South China Morning Post), agrees that artificial intelligence and leadership are a good match. He told a conference in Kuala Lumpur last March that “in 30 years, the best CEO of the year or the cover man of Time magazine will be a machine”. That’s because robots are quicker and more rational than people. [...]

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