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Artificial Intelligence by Gerd Altmann is Licensed Under CC0 Creative Commons

VOA’s Plugged in ponders Artificial Intelligence — how it’s changing the way we live and work, and how it will shape our future.

Fill-in host Jim Malone and guests discuss the promise, pitfalls and possibilities of computer-based intelligence in our daily lives. The episode features an interview with Brad Smith, Chief Legal Officer at Microsoft, plus reports from VOA correspondents around the world. VOA NEWS

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