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    1. Machines Will Be More Literate Than Many Humans in 10 Years

      Machines Will Be More Literate Than Many Humans in 10 Years

      Home Machines Will Be More Literate Than Many Humans in 10 Years A global campaign has dedicated itself to bringing awareness that machines are getting more literate, while human literacy rates remain stagnant. By: March 20, 2017 Are Siri, Cortana, and Alexa going to be more literate than humans? Anyone excited about the recent advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning should also be concerned about human literacy as well.

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