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Letters: Is It Ethical to Use Artificial Intelligence to Predict Human Outcomes?

Readers question a machine’s ability to solve man’s problems
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Artificial Intelligence Shows Why Atheism Is Unpopular

In July, Sigal Samuel wrote about new artificial-intelligence modeling projects that may help predict policy outcomes—particularly around issues of religious pluralism.


In his book , Yuval Noah Harari defines two classes of chaotic systems. In level-one chaotic systems, the

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