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    Geoffrey Hinton, the man widely considered as the “godfather” of artificial intelligence, has left Google — with a message sharing his concerns about potential dangers stemming from the same technology he helped build. Hinton has said he left Google so that he could focus on raising public awareness and speak freely about potential risks. At the heart of the debate on the state of AI is whether the primary dangers are in the future or present.

      A button your dog can press to tell you it's hungry and a robot dog toy that you can customize are among the latest tech at CES in Las Vegas.

      Stacker assessed the current state of AI, from predictive models to learning algorithms, and identified the capabilities and limitations of automation in various settings.


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