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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Volume 26, Number 3, 3 July 2014

Risks of general artificial intelligence
pp. 297-301(5)
Author: Müller, Vincent C.

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Autonomous technology and the greater human good
pp. 303-315(13)
Author: Omohundro, Steve

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The errors, insights and lessons of famous AI predictions – and what they mean for the future
pp. 317-342(26)
Authors: Armstrong, Stuart; Sotala, Kaj; Ó hÉigeartaigh, Seán S.

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The path to more general artificial intelligence
pp. 343-354(12)
Author: Goertzel, Ted

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Limitations and risks of machine ethics
pp. 355-372(18)
Author: Brundage, Miles

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Utility function security in artificially intelligent agents
pp. 373-389(17)
Author: Yampolskiy, Roman V.

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Universal empathy and ethical bias for artificial general intelligence
pp. 405-416(12)
Authors: Potapov, Alexey; Rodionov, Sergey

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Bounding the impact of AGI
pp. 417-438(22)
Author: Kornai, András

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Ethics of brain emulations
pp. 439-457(19)
Author: Sandberg, Anders

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