How to make sure that AI isn’t invasive and creepy

If it’s designed in a way that respects human decision-making, AI can actually be a force for privacy.

There is a common view in popular culture of artificial intelligence as magically powerful and, often, malevolent. The classic example is HAL 9000, from 2001: A Space Odyssey—the omnipresent computer whose implacable calm masks its murderous intent. There is no escaping the unblinking eye, which sees and hears all (and it will read your lips when it can’t hear you).

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