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Artificial intelligence - chatting with bots

Updated Wednesday, 21st August 2019

As technology advances, machines are becoming more advanced at interacting with humans, but what does this mean for the future?

It's possible that robots will match or exceed human intelligence one day. How would this impact humanity? Will it be harmful or helpful? Get ready to explore these big questions and test your knowledge of artificial intelligence using our interactive quiz. 

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