Wealth advisers are doomed in our new artificial intelligence-enabled world

March 2017

Azim Shariff, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Social Behavior is quoted in South China Morning Post for his research on Artificial Intelligence. In this article, Shariff's research alludes to the issues that Artificial Intelligence faces under today's technological limits.

From South China Morning Post:

Artificial intelligence, under today’s technological limits, cannot surmount “the trolley problem”, according to a study by Azim Shariff, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Oregon and director of the Culture and Morality Lab at the University of California, Irvine. There are several scenarios based on the trolley accident problem.

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