Humans have never been able to figure out how to live peacefully with one another. We may finally be in a technological position to address this basic “human problem” using artificial intelligence that reminds us of how to be unconditionally loving of one another. This paper presents one argument among many for this idea and highlights the LOVING AI project, one attempt to hack the human problem.
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