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The Reith Lectures
Significant international thinkers deliver the BBC's flagship annual lecture series. This year, Stuart Russell explores the future of AI and asks: how can we get it right?
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4.3 stars from 916 ratings
I thoroughly enjoyed this series of lectures. Very very very interesting indeed. Eve time I listen back to them I catch a little nugget of information I had missed before. Absolutely marvellous
sideshow bbob via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/04/22
Carney Greenery
Trump will be back in four years and this mythology will be out the window.
nicwg via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/27/20
Too rarely do we get a long form voyage into any subject area that affects each and everyone of us daily. It just cries out for a whole series of fireside chats between Mark and his interlocutors piers.
NTaT WATON via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/16/20
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