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Google Cloud’s new AI chief is on a task force for AI military uses and believes we could monitor ‘pretty much the whole world’ with...

Andrew Moore, the dean of computer science at Carnegie Mellon is co-chairman of a task force that studies the national security implications pertaining to artificial intelligence. The other co-chair is Robert Work, the father of the military surveillance program, Project Maven.
Dr. Fei-Fei Li, an associate professor at Stanford and Google's chief AI scientist, speaks on an AI panel at the 2018 Next conference.

As expected, Google Cloud’s head of AI will step aside and be replaced by Carnegie Mellon’s Andrew Moore

As first reported by Business Insider, Dr. Fei-Fei Li will leave Cloud AI at the end of the year and will be replaced by Dr. Andrew Moore, an AI expert at Carnegie Mellon University.
Google's chief AI scientist addresses the crowd at the Google Cloud Next 2018 conference

Google showed off another human-sounding software bot and its famed scientist insists it won’t kill jobs

After spooking people with a software bot called Duplex at its last conference, Google worked hard to sell the idea that a new AI-enabled automated voice system won't snatch jobs away from humans.
Fei-Fei Li, the chief scientist for artificial intelligence at Google Cloud.

A Google scientist warned against promoting the firm’s work on a weapons project using Elon Musk’s doomsday prophecy about AI

The Pentagon contract, known as Project Maven, has sparked uproar internally at Google. The Intercept published an email written by Google scientist Fei-Fei Li, in which she uses Elon Musk's doomsday prophecy about AI to warn her company against promoting its work on the contract.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai.

A small military contract started an internal war at Google that’s tearing the company apart

According to The New York Times, furious Google staff members have flooded message boards, attended fractious meetings, created anti-Project Maven stickers, and resigned in protest. Academics have written to Google asking it to withdraw from the Pentagon project.