Empty data might be as harmful as empty calories, according to a Kiwi tech entrepreneur now based in Silicon Valley.
Sean Gourley, CEO of machine intelligence company Primer, spoke with Newshub Nation about the dangers of our ever-increasing access to information and how emerging articifcal intelligence technology could transform society.
"It's like an analogy to hunger. It used to be getting calories was important and then at some point, we figured out you could make calories cheaply and then suddenly diabetes and obesity became an issue."
Watch the extended interview above.
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