[Air-L] Psychological implications of AI

Glass, Grace GGlass at APUS.EDU
Thu Oct 5 09:57:39 PDT 2017

The work of Sherry Turkle, who's a psychoanalyst by training, is a good place to start.

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Hello everyone,

I am looking for suggestions about books and articles which specifically deal with the psychological implications of Artificial Intelligence.

There are many articles, books and web resources which deal with what AI can do, what are the dangers, the ethical issues etc

But there are only a few which confront with the psychological impact on human beings when AI enters the scene.

Can anybody suggest some titles/resources?


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