Artificial intelligence needs to be regulated to protect humans from manipulation. MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP via Getty Images AI could influence our decisions in a major way — and lead to dangerous outcomes, says technology researcher TaeWoo Kim. According to his research with Adam Duhachek, AI messages were more persuasive when it showed people how to perform tasks. People were also more likely to accept unfair offers from AI and disclose personal information, a sign that people are more vulnerable to manipulation than we think. Kim believes governments need to take these behaviors into account and push for protective measures when regulating AI.

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