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Nand Kishor is the Product Manager of House of Bots. After finishing his studies in computer science, he ideated & re-launched Real Estate Business Intelligence Tool, where he created one of the leading Business Intelligence Tool for property price analysis in 2012. He also writes, research and sharing knowledge about Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Data Science, Big Data, Python Language etc...

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By Nand Kishor |Email | Aug 28, 2017 | 7293 Views

Steven Croft, the Lord Bishop of Oxford, who is a member of the House of Lords' Artificial Intelligence Committee, said jobs would be lost as more "mundane tasks" become automated.

His comments come as experts have warned robots could take over from humans as developments in artificial intelligence threaten to become smarter than those who create it.

Speaking on Sunday on BBC Radio 4, Dr Croft said issues needed to be tackled including our use of data.

Asked where future pressure points could arise, he said: "The first one I would say is data and the issue of control of our data, which is really slightly out of control at the moment and the Government is proposing new legislation this year to catch up with the technology.

"So data and public awareness and your sense of personal identity, which is reinforced by the way you and others make use of data and the choices that you make.

"The second I think would be work and the ethics surrounding that and what is the future of work when so many jobs will be changed, some will be created. 

"But the mundane tasks in life will more and more be automated. 

"The third is persuasion. The use of data in the political process and in persuading others and the ethics around all of that I think need debate and comment."

A robotics expert warned of the "existential" threat of AI becoming more intelligent than its human creators in years to come.

A journalist suggested developments would lead to "social unrest" on our streets as humans fight back against robots replacing them in work.

The warning comes as Elon Musk warned that artificial intelligence poses "vastly more risk" than the threat of nuclear war as North Korea continues to threaten the United States.

The billionaire technology boss claimed there needed to be a concern around AI development after a project he backed beat professional players on the online multiplayer game Dota 2.

Discussing his comments on BBC One's Sunday Morning Live, Ben Russell, lead curator of the Science Museum's robot exhibition confirmed there is an "existential risk" AI could become far more intelligent than its creator.

Mr Russell said: "I suppose in the long term there is an existential risk of do you create a form or being which is more intelligent than us."

Author and journalist Michele Hanson echoed the fears, claiming she most fears human jobs being replaced by robots in the future.

Source: Express