As more and more companies experiment with self-driving cars, new questions arise about how the vehicles should respond in certain situations. If someone runs into the middle of the street, should it swerve and kill the driver or keep going and kill the pedestrian? These are some difficult moral dilemmas, and so researchers at MIT have created a website called "Moral Machine" to let humans decide what the cars should do in various scenarios. From Tech Insider.
In a massive digital crackdown, Twitter has suspended 235,000 accounts linked to terror groups. CBS News' Margaret Brennan has the latest. From CBS News.
An Islamist extremist accused of funding the 2009 Jakarta suicide bombings has been selling advertising space on his website to international brands including Citigroup, IBM and Microsoft using a service provided by Google. From Financial Times.
It seems like everywhere you look, there's something that's thinking for you, guessing for you, or just plain doing for you. That's the work of artificial intelligence, and contrary to popular belief, it's no longer the stuff of science fiction. So why are some experts so worried about it? For TODAY, NBC’s Olivia Sterns has the story. From TODAY.
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